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Figure 10: A 62-year-old male patient presented with pain abdomen and loss of appetite from 2 months. On ultrasound, multiple well-defined iso to hypoechoic lesions in the right lobe of the liver (thin white arrows, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound done targeting few of the lesions, which are showing peripheral enhancement in arterial and venous phases (white arrow, b and c), there is minimal washout in the peripheral enhancing areas in delayed phases and no central filling suggesting metastases (white arrow, d). Subsequently, biopsy from stomach growth proven to be adenocarcinoma by histopathological evaluation

Figure 10: A 62-year-old male patient presented with pain abdomen and loss of appetite from 2 months. On ultrasound, multiple well-defined iso to hypoechoic lesions in the right lobe of the liver (thin white arrows, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound done targeting few of the lesions, which are showing peripheral enhancement in arterial and venous phases (white arrow, b and c), there is minimal washout in the peripheral enhancing areas in delayed phases and no central filling suggesting metastases (white arrow, d). Subsequently, biopsy from stomach growth proven to be adenocarcinoma by histopathological evaluation