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Hepatic adenoma

Modality: Ultrasound Hepatic Adenoma Us Ultrasound demonstrates of hyperechoic lesion with attenuation of the beam suggesting possible fat content The ultrasound appearances of hepatic adenomas is variable and differentiation from other liver lesions such as FNH or HCC is usually not possible on grey scale or Doppler characteristics

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Hepatic adenoma - “Pathology proven hepatic adenomaHepatic Adenomas are benign epithelial neoplasmMost commonly solitary (multiplicity may suggest liver adenomatosis)...”

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  • Hepatic adenoma - “Hepatic adenoma is an uncommon benign liver tumour that is hormone induced. The tumours have a predilection to haemorrhage and must be differentiat...”
  • Hyperechoic liver lesions - “A hyperechoic liver lesion on ultrasound can arise from a number of entities, both benign and malignant. A benign hepatic haemangioma is the most c...”

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