A well-defined oval-shaped intensely enhancing lesion is noted at the porta hepatis. It follows the arterial density in the arterial, venous and delayed phases in keeping with an arterial lesion. In the context of preceding surgery to the region, the diagnosis of hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm is established. No signs of rupture, no free fluid.
Thick-walled subhepatic fluid collection with internal debris associated with few gas locules seen at the non-dependent portion in keeping with infected subhepatic collection (abscess).
Aberrant origin of common hepatic artery from the SMA rather than from coeliac trunk.
Mildly dilated intrahepatic bile ducts.
Cholecystectomy clips and drain are also visualized.