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- Congenitally absent portal vein.
- The patent superior mesenteric and the splenic veins drain the portal blood into a large anomalous vein (inferior mesenteric vein) which drains and ends finally into the right iliac vein.
- All the forementioned veins appear patent and homogenously enhancing.
- Normal appearance of the abdominal aorta with no aneurysmal dilatation or intimal flap dissection.
- Patent celiac trunk, superior and inferior mesenteric as well as both renal arteries.
- No evidence of aneurysmal dilatation, AVMs, or angiodysplasias.
- No evidence of stenotic segments or dissection intimal flaps.
- Patent both common iliac, external and internal iliac arteries.
- The liver is of average size showing multiple variable sized bi-lobar focal lesions (namely at segment II,III, IV,VI VIII & VII), the largest is seen at segment VIII/VII measures 3.3 x3.2 cm along its max dimensions, they show early arterial enhancement, with progressive fill in of contrast, the largest showing small hypodense central foci (likely representing focal nodular hyperplasia)
Bilateral undescended testes, which are seen within both inguinal canals.