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From: Intraperitoneal bleeding after balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration: a case report

Figure 3

Contrast-enhanced computed tomography and angiography. (A) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography to diagnose bleeding. Remarkable leakage of contrast medium from the left inferior phrenic vein was seen (black arrowhead). There was excessive blood around the liver. There were coil embolizations of shunts (black arrows). (B) Angiography revealed leakage of contrast medium (white arrows) from the left inferior phrenic vein. (C) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography 2 months later. There were no ascites around the liver. There were coils for hemostasis (white arrowhead).

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