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Figure 8: A 54-year-old male patient who is a known case of chronic renal failure presented with mild abdominal pain from 1 week. Routine screening ultrasound shows a large hypoechoic lesion with irregular margins in the left lobe of the liver (white arrow, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound done targeting the lesion is showing peripheral nodular enhancement in arterial phase (white arrow, b), gradual centripetal filling in venous (white arrow, c) and complete filling in the delayed phases at 150 s after contrast injection (black arrow, d)

Figure 8: A 54-year-old male patient who is a known case of chronic renal failure presented with mild abdominal pain from 1 week. Routine screening ultrasound shows a large hypoechoic lesion with irregular margins in the left lobe of the liver (white arrow, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound done targeting the lesion is showing peripheral nodular enhancement in arterial phase (white arrow, b), gradual centripetal filling in venous (white arrow, c) and complete filling in the delayed phases at 150 s after contrast injection (black arrow, d)