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Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced arterial-phase computed tomography (a) in the coronal plane showing significant luminal narrowing of the right hepatic artery (black arrow) with inferior tenting. Axial computed tomography (b) showing proximal right hepatic artery lying in the posterior wall of hepatico-duodenostomy anastomosis (white arrow). Right hepatic artery selective angiogram (c) showing the luminal narrowing of right hepatic artery with active contrast extravasation (dashed arrow) into the lumen of the duodenum. Post coil (dashed black arrow) embolization (d) no extravasation and filling of the distal right hepatic artery through collateral branches (double black arrow)

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced arterial-phase computed tomography (a) in the coronal plane showing significant luminal narrowing of the right hepatic artery (black arrow) with inferior tenting. Axial computed tomography (b) showing proximal right hepatic artery lying in the posterior wall of hepatico-duodenostomy anastomosis (white arrow). Right hepatic artery selective angiogram (c) showing the luminal narrowing of right hepatic artery with active contrast extravasation (dashed arrow) into the lumen of the duodenum. Post coil (dashed black arrow) embolization (d) no extravasation and filling of the distal right hepatic artery through collateral branches (double black arrow)