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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.1 Liver
Case 1.1.1 Focal nodular hyperplasia and hepatic adenomas


Benign vascularized liver lesions (probably liver adenomas induced by oral contraceptives) and a spontaneous hemorrhage in one of the lesions with a hypo-echoic hematoma (no biopsy was performed because of the hemorrhage).

Benign liver lesion without hemorrhage
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Benign liver lesion without hemorrhage
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Benign vascularized liver lesion without hemorrhage
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Benign vascularized liver lesion without hemorrhage
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Benign liver lesion without hemorrhage
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Two liver lesions without hemorrhage
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Two liver lesions one with and one without hemorrhage
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Benign liver lesion with hemorrhage
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Benign vascularized liver lesions (probably liver adenomas induced by oral contraceptives) and a spontaneous hemorrhage in one of the lesions with a hypo-echoic hematoma (no biopsy was performed because of the hemorrhage).

Benign liver lesion with hemorrhage
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Benign liver lesion with hemorrhage
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Hematoma around the liver
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Hematoma around the liver
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Benign vascularized liver lesions (probably liver adenomas induced by oral contraceptives) and a spontaneous hemorrhage in one of the lesions with a hypo-echoic hematoma (no biopsy was performed because of the hemorrhage). CT scan.

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The same patient a few months later after discontinuation of the oral contraceptives. The hemorrhage has resolved and the lesions are mainly cystic.

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