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Figure 2 (A-F): (A and B) Celiac artery angiogram demonstrating the common hepatic (thick white arrow), dorsal pancreatic (short thin white arrow), splenic (long white arrow) and the LGA (long black arrows). PAVM is also seen (short black arrow) with early opacification of the portal vein (PV) (white arrowheads) and splenic parenchymal enhancement (black arrowheads). (C) LGA angiogram (black arrow) showing the PAVM. (D) Post embolization angiogram shows occlusion of the concerned artery and the embolic material (black arrowheads). (E) DPA (short white arrow) angiogram (F) Post embolization image shows minimal residual staining of the pancreas (short black arrow)

Figure 2 (A-F): (A and B) Celiac artery angiogram demonstrating the common hepatic (thick white arrow), dorsal pancreatic (short thin white arrow), splenic (long white arrow) and the LGA (long black arrows). PAVM is also seen (short black arrow) with early opacification of the portal vein (PV) (white arrowheads) and splenic parenchymal enhancement (black arrowheads). (C) LGA angiogram (black arrow) showing the PAVM. (D) Post embolization angiogram shows occlusion of the concerned artery and the embolic material (black arrowheads). (E) DPA (short white arrow) angiogram (F) Post embolization image shows minimal residual staining of the pancreas (short black arrow)