Liver lesions

Dr Henry Knipe and Dr Jeremy Jones et al.

Liver lesions represent a heterogeneous group of pathology ranging from solitary benign lesions to multiple metastases from a variety of primary tumours.

Liver lesions may be infiltrative or have mass effect, be solitary or multiple, benign or malignant.

Assessment of liver lesions takes into considerate their appearance on a variety of imaging modalities and their vascularity:

The differential diagnosis for paediatric liver lesions is different to that for an adult.

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rID: 17044
Section: Gamuts
Tags: stub, refs, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Liver lesion
  • Liver lesions (adult)

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