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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.1 Liver
Case 1.1.11 Fatty liver and focal sparing


Segmental fatty infiltration/steatosis and focal sparing/non steatosis causing an inhomogeneous liver

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Fatty infiltration/steatosis and focal sparing/non steatosis causing segmental hypoechoic areas. There is a normal liver vascularity better seen within the hypoechoic areas than in the steatotic areas.

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Fatty infiltration/steatosis and focal sparing/non steatosis causing segmental hypoechoic areas. There is a normal liver vascularity better seen within the hypoechoic areas than in the steatotic areas.

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Normal liver vascularity within the hypoechoic areas
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Normal liver vascularity within the hypoechoic areas
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Normal liver vascularity within the hypoechoic areas
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Fatty infiltration/steatosis and focal sparing/non steatosis causing segmental hypoechoic areas. The CT scan is normal.

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