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Figure 2 (A-E): Serial craniocaudal portal venous phase axial images (A-C) show the left IPV (black arrows) joining the LHV (white arrow in C). Axial image at a more caudal level (D) show the GVs in the region of cardia (arrow). Coronal reformatted image (E) shows the coursing left IPV (arrow). The prominent fissures in segment 8 (seen in A and B) indicate cirrhotic morphology of the liver

Figure 2 (A-E): Serial craniocaudal portal venous phase axial images (A-C) show the left IPV (black arrows) joining the LHV (white arrow in C). Axial image at a more caudal level (D) show the GVs in the region of cardia (arrow). Coronal reformatted image (E) shows the coursing left IPV (arrow). The prominent fissures in segment 8 (seen in A and B) indicate cirrhotic morphology of the liver