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Typical cirrhotic changes are evident by enlarged left lobe, irregular nodular outer surface and widened fissures. There is malignant infiltration of the left hepatic lobe that enhances in the arterial phase and displays wash out on portovenous phase. Furthermore, there is malignant thrombus in the left branch of portal vein that follows the same enhancing criteria. GB stones, splenomegaly and left renal stone are other findings.