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Suzanne Ryan, MBBS
Imaging Management of Incidental Focal Liver Lesions
Suzanne Ryan, MBBS
01/22/2017 | Time : 22 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the management of liver lesions found incidentally. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will discuss how to determine and manage incidental focal liver lesions, both cystic and solid.

Topics mentioned in this video : What should we call them?, Clinical factors , Cyst, Biliary cystadenoma, Giant cavernous hemangioma, Fatty infiltration, FNH, FNH vs. adenoma, Hepatocellular adenoma, HCA vs. HCC, Cirrhotic new lesion

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Keywords : AFP, alpha fetoprotein, biliary cystadenoma, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, fatty infiltration, FLL, FNH, focal liver lesion, focal nodular hyperplasia, giant cavernous hemangioma, HCA, HCC, hepatic adenoma, hepatic cyst, hepatocellular adenoma, hepatocellular liver cancer, liver cirrhosis, liver cyst, liver mass, liver mets, solid liver mass

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