Liver tumours

A.Prof Frank Gaillard et al.

Liver tumours, like tumours of any organ can be classified as primary or secondary.

Liver metastases are by far the most common hepatic malignancy, with many of the most common primaries readily seeding to the liver. This is especially the case with gastrointestinal tract tumours, due to portal drainage through the liver 2

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Article information

rID: 6889
Section: Gamuts
Tag: liver
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Hepatic tumours
  • Tumours of the liver
  • Hepatic tumors
  • Tumors of the liver

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    Case 1: hepatocellular carcinoma (massive)
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    Case 2: focal nodular hyperplasia
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    Case 3: cholangiocarcinoma
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    T2W TE = 78ms
    Case 4: hepatic haemangioma
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    Case 5: infantile haemangioendothelioma
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    Case 6: hepatoblastoma
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    Case 7: hepatic haemangioma
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    Case 8: metastases
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