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Figure 6 (A-F): A 67-year-old male with mass-forming type IIIa hilar cholangiocarcinoma. (A) Contrast-enhanced coronal CT scan shows concentric thickening of common hepatic duct (white single arrow) and soft tissue mass (white double arrow) involving right secondary confluence. Axial T2W images with (B) and without fat suppression (C) and coronal T2W image (D) show thickening of common hepatic duct (white single arrow) with periductal mass formation (white double arrow). Thick-slab MRCP images show involvement of primary (white single arrow in E) and right secondary confluence (white double arrow in e) and isolation of segment VI duct (white single arrow in F)

Figure 6 (A-F): A 67-year-old male with mass-forming type IIIa hilar cholangiocarcinoma. (A) Contrast-enhanced coronal CT scan shows concentric thickening of common hepatic duct (white single arrow) and soft tissue mass (white double arrow) involving right secondary confluence. Axial T2W images with (B) and without fat suppression (C) and coronal T2W image (D) show thickening of common hepatic duct (white single arrow) with periductal mass formation (white double arrow). Thick-slab MRCP images show involvement of primary (white single arrow in E) and right secondary confluence (white double arrow in e) and isolation of segment VI duct (white single arrow in F)