Splenic lesions and anomalies

There are a number of splenic lesions and anomalies:

Congenital anomalies
Mass lesions
Benign mass lesions
Indeterminate mass lesions
Malignant mass lesions
Diffuse infiltrative processes

Usually manifests as splenomegaly. Some can present as distinct lesions, e.g. granulomas

Other abnormalities
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Article information

rID: 8573
Section: Gamuts
Tag: spleen
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Splenic lesions
  • Splenic anomalies
  • Anomalies of the spleen

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    Case 1: splenic infarct
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    Case 2: splenunculus - arterial phase
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    Case 3: calcified splenic cyst
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    Case 4: splenic abscess
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    Case 5: hydatid cyst (MRI)
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    Case 6: splenosis
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    Case 7: sickle cell disease : likely splenic infarcts
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    Case 8: splenic tuberculosis - healed granulomas
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    Case 9: B-cell lymphoma
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    Case 10: B-cell NHL with multinodular involvement
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    Case 11: mantle cell lymphoma - diffuse splenic involvement
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    Case 12: splenic haemangioma
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    Case 13: intrapancreatic accessory spleen
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    Case 14: splenic epidermoid cyst
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