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Figure 1 (A-I): Axial triple phase CT scan [unenhanced (fig A), arterial (fig B) and delayed (fig C)] images showing a hypo dense (fig A) solitary arterial enhancing mass in segment VI of liver (fig B) which shows washout in venous phase (fig C) consistent with HCC. DSA image of super selective run show tumoral blush (fig D) and Post TACE lipiodol deposition in mass (Fig E). Under ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance RFA multitinned electrode placed with in the mass (fig F). Post TACE plus RFA follow up triple phase CT scan images 3 month [unenhanced (fig G), arterial (fig H) and delayed (fig I)] shows complete lipiodol coverage and no any enhancement with perilesional hypodense nonenhancing ablation zone around treated mass (black arrows) most appreciable on venous phase suggestive of complete response

Figure 1 (A-I): Axial triple phase CT scan <i>[unenhanced (fig A), arterial (fig B) and delayed (fig C)]</i> images showing a hypo dense (fig A) solitary arterial enhancing mass in segment VI of liver (fig B) which shows washout in venous phase (fig C) consistent with HCC. DSA image of super selective run show tumoral blush (fig D) and Post TACE lipiodol deposition in mass (Fig E). Under ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance RFA multitinned electrode placed with in the mass (fig F). Post TACE plus RFA follow up triple phase CT scan images 3 month <i>[unenhanced (fig G), arterial (fig H) and delayed (fig I)]</i> shows complete lipiodol coverage and no any enhancement with perilesional hypodense nonenhancing ablation zone around treated mass (black arrows) most appreciable on venous phase suggestive of complete response