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Figure 1: A 39-year-old man with postoperative hepatic metastasis of colonic carcinoma. Preoperative T2-weighted imaging (a) shows a lesion in the left lateral lobe of the liver adjacent to the portal vein. T1-weighted imaging at 1 month after operation (b) shows a gap in the high-signal ring surrounding the ablation lesion adjacent to the vessel (black arrow), suggesting recurrence. T1-weighted imaging at 5 months after operation (c) shows an obvious increase in the size of the recurrent lesion

Figure 1: A 39-year-old man with postoperative hepatic metastasis of colonic carcinoma. Preoperative T2-weighted imaging (a) shows a lesion in the left lateral lobe of the liver adjacent to the portal vein. T1-weighted imaging at 1 month after operation (b) shows a gap in the high-signal ring surrounding the ablation lesion adjacent to the vessel (black arrow), suggesting recurrence. T1-weighted imaging at 5 months after operation (c) shows an obvious increase in the size of the recurrent lesion