Hepatic hemangiomas are benign non-neoplastic hypervascular liver lesions which are usually an incidental finding on imaging. Most patients are asymptomatic.
On ultrasound they are typically well-defined hyperechoic lesions. In 10% of cases they are hypoechoic, especially in fatty liver where the parenchyma itself is of increased echogenicity as in our case. The CT features in this case are typical of hemangiomas.
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