Beaver tail liver (normal variant)
A case of Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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An elongated left liver lobe extends laterally to contact and often surround the spleen.
Also known as a sliver of liver, is a variant of hepatic morphology.
It is more common in females. The parenchyma is normal and thereby has the same risks of hepatic pathology as the rest of the liver except in trauma, where it is more prone injury following trauma to the left upper quadrant or lower left chest.