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Figure 1: A case of disseminated tuberculosis who presented with abdominal pain and jaundice for 1 month. (a) Axial contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance image showing a large necrotic periportal lymph node (arrow). There are multiple peripheral enhancing variable-sized liver lesions (thick arrows). (b) Magnetic resonance cholangiography image showing dilated biliary system (thick arrow) due to extrinsic compression by a lymph node (short arrow). Note multiple hyperintense lesions in close relation to the biliary radicle (arrows) giving “tree-in-bud” appearance

Figure 1: A case of disseminated tuberculosis who presented with abdominal pain and jaundice for 1 month. (a) Axial contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance image showing a large necrotic periportal lymph node (arrow). There are multiple peripheral enhancing variable-sized liver lesions (thick arrows). (b) Magnetic resonance cholangiography image showing dilated biliary system (thick arrow) due to extrinsic compression by a lymph node (short arrow). Note multiple hyperintense lesions in close relation to the biliary radicle (arrows) giving “tree-in-bud” appearance