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Figure 1: (a) Large lobulated hyperintense lesion in right lobe of liver on MRI. (b) Multinodular Liver SOL with prominent central stellate scar on cut surface (inset). (c) Bands of fibrous connective tissue septa subdividing the liver parenchyma into nodules (H and E, ×10). (d) Fibrous septa contain thick walled arterial branches and bile ducts (Masson trichrome, ×10). (e) Proliferating bile ductules within the fibrous septa. (H and E, ×10); Inset- thick walled arteriole with subintimal thickening. (f) Glutamine synthetase immunostaining shows the characteristic map like areas with perivenular distribution (×10)

Figure 1: (a) Large lobulated hyperintense lesion in right lobe of liver on MRI. (b) Multinodular Liver SOL with prominent central stellate scar on cut surface (inset). (c) Bands of fibrous connective tissue septa subdividing the liver parenchyma into nodules (H and E, ×10). (d) Fibrous septa contain thick walled arterial branches and bile ducts (Masson trichrome, ×10). (e) Proliferating bile ductules within the fibrous septa. (H and E, ×10); Inset- thick walled arteriole with subintimal thickening. (f) Glutamine synthetase immunostaining shows the characteristic map like areas with perivenular distribution (×10)