Central scar in hepatic lesions

Last revised by Mohammad Taghi Niknejad on 5 Sep 2022

The central scar in hepatic lesions most frequently has been described in focal nodular hyperplasia which the scar is T2 hyperintense and usually non-calcified, and fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma, where the scar is T2 hypointense and often calcified. Scars do not have to be exactly central and often show delayed enhancement.

Other differential diagnoses include:

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