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Figure 1: (a) Preprocedure arterial phase computed tomography scan slide through the abdomen shows a markedly enlarged common hepatic artery (slim arrow) which is the same caliber as the aorta (arrowhead) at the same level. Also seen is early arterial opacification of some gastric varices (thick arrow), and ascites, suggesting portal hypertension. (b) A computed tomography cut shows a markedly enlarged left portal vein (between slim arrows) with early arterial opacification of the portal vein. Diffuse ascites (thick arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Preprocedure arterial phase computed tomography scan slide through the abdomen shows a markedly enlarged common hepatic artery (slim arrow) which is the same caliber as the aorta (arrowhead) at the same level. Also seen is early arterial opacification of some gastric varices (thick arrow), and ascites, suggesting portal hypertension. (b) A computed tomography cut shows a markedly enlarged left portal vein (between slim arrows) with early arterial opacification of the portal vein. Diffuse ascites (thick arrow)