Hyperdense liver due to iron overload
Abdominal pain. Prior right hemicolectomy and right nephrectomy.
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Diffusely hyperattenuating liver. Splenomegaly. Hyperattenuating porta hepatis lymph nodes.
Prior right hemicolectomy and right nephrectomy. Incidental calcified gallstone.
The patient had a long history of blood transfusion-dependent myelodysplasia, with acquired secondary hemochromatosis as the cause for hyperattenuation of the liver.