Giant hepatic hemangioma
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Abdominal pain and elevated liver enzymes.
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There is an 85 × 75 mm hypoattenuating mass in the liver that shows early peripheral nodular discontinuous enhancement with centripetal filling and delayed blood pools. Large central necrotic components are also evident.
This case shows a hepatic mass compatible with a giant hepatic hemangioma, also known as giant hepatic venous malformations, that is relatively uncommon non-neoplastic vascular lesion of the liver. It can be strikingly large and mimic tumors.