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Figure 3: Type of lipiodol deposition in various patients. Type 1 deposition (a and b) of lipiodol in two patients indicating successful chemoembolization. Type C deposition (c) in one lesion (blue arrow) indicating incomplete chemoembolization, repeat angiography in this case showed that the lesion had an extrahepatic arterial supply from right inferior phrenic artery. Type 2 deposition (d) of lipiodol in the right lobe lesion (blue arrow), this lesion was in watershed region supplied by additional intrahepatic artery

Figure 3: Type of lipiodol deposition in various patients. Type 1 deposition (a and b) of lipiodol in two patients indicating successful chemoembolization. Type C deposition (c) in one lesion (blue arrow) indicating incomplete chemoembolization, repeat angiography in this case showed that the lesion had an extrahepatic arterial supply from right inferior phrenic artery. Type 2 deposition (d) of lipiodol in the right lobe lesion (blue arrow), this lesion was in watershed region supplied by additional intrahepatic artery