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Figure 17 (A and B): 44-year-old female presenting with complaints of fever, abdominal pain post laparoscopic cholecystectomy. (A) Axial FIESTA MR Image showing metallic susceptibility artefact (arrow) suggestive of inadverent right hepatic duct ligation (B) Coronal 3-dimensional MRCP image showing non-visualization of confluence of right hepatic duct (arrow) suggestive of stricture and resultant upstream dilatation of right lobar intrahepatic bile ducts with T2 hypointense internal contents (arrowheads) due to cholangitis. Aerobilia noted in distal common bile duct (dashed arrow)

Figure 17 (A and B): 44-year-old female presenting with complaints of fever, abdominal pain post laparoscopic cholecystectomy. (A) Axial FIESTA MR Image showing metallic susceptibility artefact (arrow) suggestive of inadverent right hepatic duct ligation (B) Coronal 3-dimensional MRCP image showing non-visualization of confluence of right hepatic duct (arrow) suggestive of stricture and resultant upstream dilatation of right lobar intrahepatic bile ducts with T2 hypointense internal contents (arrowheads) due to cholangitis. Aerobilia noted in distal common bile duct (dashed arrow)