Nov 7, 2019

Imaging of hepatic hemangioma: from A to Z

Abdominal Radiology
Giuseppe MamoneRoberto Miraglia

Abstract

The hemangioma is the most common solid lesion of the liver. Therefore, radiologists must know the typical and atypical imaging findings of this lesion in order to reach a correct diagnosis and avoid diagnostic errors. However, only few papers have comprehensively described the entire spectrum of atypical and uncommon imaging features. In this updated review, we provide the imaging features of hepatic hemangioma, in both typical and atypical forms, as well as its association with abnormalities in the adjacent hepatic parenchyma and other hepatic lesions, and its complications.

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Parenchyma
Hepatic
Complication
Hemangioma of Liver
Hemangioma
Adjacent
Diagnostic Imaging
radiologist
Liver

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