A 53-year-old male, known case of cirrhosis, presented with refractory ascites. (a) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan coronal image shows liver on the left side (black arrow), spleen on the right side (asterisk) and dextrocardia (white arrow). (b) Digital venogram showing inferior vena cava on the left side of midline (black arrows). (c) Pre-stenting, digital portal venogram showing main portal vein (PV) (black open arrow) and its branches. (d) Post-stenting, digital venogram showing stent with uncovered (white arrow) and covered portions (black arrows) with opacified proximal intrahepatic PV branches (black arrowhead).
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