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Figure 1: (a-f) reveals the radiological spectrum of oriental cholangiohepatitis in MRI imaging. A - Axial T2 image, B, C & E- coronal T2 images, D- heavily T2 weighted thin slab MRCP image and F- coronal MIP MRCP image. Note the multiple calculi (white arrow) in the intrahepatic as well as extrahepatic biliary tree, intrahepatic strictures (blue arrow) and dilatation in the intrahepatic ducts (orange arrow) and biliary radicals with peripheral pruning (green arrow). Stricture in the CBD is also evident (yellow arrow) with dilatation of the biliary tree

Figure 1: (a-f) reveals the radiological spectrum of oriental cholangiohepatitis in MRI imaging. A - Axial T2 image, B, C & E- coronal T2 images, D- heavily T2 weighted thin slab MRCP image and F- coronal MIP MRCP image. Note the multiple calculi (white arrow) in the intrahepatic as well as extrahepatic biliary tree, intrahepatic strictures (blue arrow) and dilatation in the intrahepatic ducts (orange arrow) and biliary radicals with peripheral pruning (green arrow). Stricture in the CBD is also evident (yellow arrow) with dilatation of the biliary tree