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  West African Journal of Radiology
 

Figure 1: (a) Axial T2 STIR. Image reveals the absence flow void in the portal vein, which is replaced by intermediate signal fibrotic tissue. (b) Axial T2 STIR. The image reveals tortuous T2 dark flow void areas representing periportal vascular collaterals formation. (c) Axial T2 STIR. The image reveals dilated hepatic duct

Figure 1: (a) Axial T2 STIR. Image reveals the absence flow void in the portal vein, which is replaced by intermediate signal fibrotic tissue. (b) Axial T2 STIR. The image reveals tortuous T2 dark flow void areas representing periportal vascular collaterals formation. (c) Axial T2 STIR. The image reveals dilated hepatic duct