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Figure 2: (a) Computed tomography scan acquired during artery phase shows hypervascular lesion abutting the left portal branch. (b) It shows a washout in the venous phase. (c) Magnetic resonance scan acquired 9 months after microwave ablation shows complete local ablation and dilatation of left liver bile duct, without jaundice. (d) Magnetic resonance imaging scan obtained during the artery phase shows a hypervascular lesion abutting the right hepatic vein. (e) It shows a washout in the venous phase. (f) Magnetic resonance scan acquired 2 months after microwave ablation shows complete local ablation and ischemic change upstream of the ablation zone

Figure 2: (a) Computed tomography scan acquired during artery phase shows hypervascular lesion abutting the left portal branch. (b) It shows a washout in the venous phase. (c) Magnetic resonance scan acquired 9 months after microwave ablation shows complete local ablation and dilatation of left liver bile duct, without jaundice. (d) Magnetic resonance imaging scan obtained during the artery phase shows a hypervascular lesion abutting the right hepatic vein. (e) It shows a washout in the venous phase. (f) Magnetic resonance scan acquired 2 months after microwave ablation shows complete local ablation and ischemic change upstream of the ablation zone