Clinical Research
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2004.
World J Gastroenterol. Jun 1, 2004; 10(11): 1639-1642
Published online Jun 1, 2004. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v10.i11.1639
Figure 1
Figure 1 Serohepatic type: multiple-nodular hypodense lesions in the subcapsule of liver and thickened subcapsule of quadrotus lobe on CT.
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Figure 2 Miliary tuberculosis: scattered distribution of multiple, miliary, micronodular and low-density lesions in liver.
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Figure 3 Nodular tuberculosis: singular low-density mass with multiple flecked calcifications in the right lobe of liver and tuberculous lymphadenopathy encroaching on head of pancreas.
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Figure 4 Nodular tuberculosis: cystic mass with 23 Hu in the right lobe of liver.
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Figure 5 Mixed tuberculosis: singular, round-like and low-density lesion and multiple miliary calcifications in the right lobe of liver.
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Figure 6 MR T2-weighted images showing singular, round-like hypointense lesion.
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Figure 7 MRI showing irregular strip lesion with multilocular enhancement on coronary plane.
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Figure 8 Enhanced MRI showing multiple micronodular lesions fusing into multiloculated cystic mass near the second porta hepatis.