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Figure 13 (A-C): A 62-year-old female with type IIIa hilar cholangiocarcinoma. (A) Axial contrast-enhanced image shows infiltrating mass in the right lobe (black single arrow) with occlusion of anterior branch of right portal vein (black double arrow), concentric thickening of right hepatic duct (black single arrow-head), and ascites (black double arrow-head). (B and C) Axial contrast-enhanced image shows several hypodense metastatic deposits in liver parenchyma (black single arrow in B) and peritoneum (black single arrow in C) and omentum (black double arrow in C)

Figure 13 (A-C): A 62-year-old female with type IIIa hilar cholangiocarcinoma. (A) Axial contrast-enhanced image shows infiltrating mass in the right lobe (black single arrow) with occlusion of anterior branch of right portal vein (black double arrow), concentric thickening of right hepatic duct (black single arrow-head), and ascites (black double arrow-head). (B and C) Axial contrast-enhanced image shows several hypodense metastatic deposits in liver parenchyma (black single arrow in B) and peritoneum (black single arrow in C) and omentum (black double arrow in C)