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Figure 3: MRI images in a 21 year old male OCH patient. A to C - coronal T2 images, D & E- axial T2 images, F- MRCP thin slab image. Multiple intrahepatic calculi and moderate duct dilatation (red arrows) is well seen with peripheral pruning and strictures (orange arrow) along with extrahepatic duct dilatation and calculi (white arrow). Hepatomegaly and focal fatty infiltration in the right lobe are also seen (green arrow). Note the absence of gall bladder calculi (blue arrow). Also evident is gross splenomegaly (purple arrow) and ascites (dotted black arrow)

Figure 3: MRI images in a 21 year old male OCH patient. A to C - coronal T2 images, D & E- axial T2 images, F- MRCP thin slab image. Multiple intrahepatic calculi and moderate duct dilatation (red arrows) is well seen with peripheral pruning and strictures (orange arrow) along with extrahepatic duct dilatation and calculi (white arrow). Hepatomegaly and focal fatty infiltration in the right lobe are also seen (green arrow). Note the absence of gall bladder calculi (blue arrow). Also evident is gross splenomegaly (purple arrow) and ascites (dotted black arrow)