Benign liver tumours (paediatric)

Dr Owen Kang and Dr Jeremy Jones et al.

Paediatric benign liver tumours are a relatively rare, but important group of conditions. Importantly, the commonest cause of a benign liver tumour is specific to the paediatric population. The list in descending order of frequency is:

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rID: 17049
Section: Gamuts
Tags: refs, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Benign liver tumours in infants and children
  • Benign liver tumours in children
  • Benign hepatic tumours in children
  • Benign hepatic tumours in infants and children
  • Benign liver neoplasms in infants and children
  • Benign liver neoplasms in children
  • Benign liver tumors in infants and children
  • Benign liver tumors in children
  • Benign hepatic tumors in children
  • Benign hepatic tumors in infants and children
  • Benign liver tumour in infants and children
  • Benign liver tumour in children
  • Benign hepatic tumour in children
  • Benign hepatic tumour in infants and children
  • Benign liver neoplasm in infants and children
  • Benign liver neoplasm in children
  • Benign liver tumor in infants and children
  • Benign liver tumor in children

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