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

These 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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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: splenic infarct
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  • Splenunculus Arte...
    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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  • Healed tuberculou...
    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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  • Splenic haemangio...
    Case 12: splenic hemangioma
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  • Case 14: splenic epidermoid cyst
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