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There is a ~5 cm round, well-circumscribed mass extending exophytically off the inferior aspect of segment 5. It demonstrates mild arterial phase hypervascularity and mild hypoattenuation on the portal venous phase. Its enhancement is slightly heterogeneous. No evidence of a central scar.
The mass abuts the hepatic flexure of the colon, the gallbladder, and the ventral abdominal wall, without evidence of invasion.
There is no other lesion in the liver. The liver is otherwise normal appearing with no evidence of cirrhosis or portal hypertension. No portal vein thrombosis.