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Figure 1 (A-C): (A) Axial maximal intensity projection (MIP) image of the arterial phase acquisition shows three pseudoaneurysms, arising from the anterior and posterior branches of right hepatic artery and the lateral branch of left hepatic artery (black arrows) (B) Volume-rendered image gives three-dimensional overview of the pseudoaneurysms (short white arrows) and arterial anatomy, depicting replaced right hepatic artery (long white arrow) (C) Axial post-contrast venous phase CT image demonstrates multiple cholangitic abscesses in both lobes of liver. The largest one in the left lobe shows pigtail catheter tip within. Black arrow depicts the contrast-filled pseudoaneurysm arising from the right anterior hepatic artery, paralleling the attenuation of aorta

Figure 1 (A-C): (A) Axial maximal intensity projection (MIP) image of the arterial phase acquisition shows three pseudoaneurysms, arising from the anterior and posterior branches of right hepatic artery and the lateral branch of left hepatic artery (black arrows) (B) Volume-rendered image gives three-dimensional overview of the pseudoaneurysms (short white arrows) and arterial anatomy, depicting replaced right hepatic artery (long white arrow) (C) Axial post-contrast venous phase CT image demonstrates multiple cholangitic abscesses in both lobes of liver. The largest one in the left lobe shows pigtail catheter tip within. Black arrow depicts the contrast-filled pseudoaneurysm arising from the right anterior hepatic artery, paralleling the attenuation of aorta