July 2018

Inhomogeneous liver

Clinical Info

Middle aged male patient examined for SONOZORG a primary care ultrasound facility.
Incidental finding.

The lesions are:
A) Metastases
B) Hemangiomas
C) Hamartomas
D) Focal fatty liver

Ultrasound Images & Clips

Inhomogeneous liver

The lesions are
A  Metastases
B  Hemangiomas
C  Hamartomas
D  Focal fatty liver
The lesions are A Metastases B Hemangiomas C Hamartomas D Focal fatty liver
Here are four images of the same patient
Here are four images of the same patient
Here are some more images of the same patient
Here are some more images of the same patient
Another series of images of the liver
Another series of images of the liver
Here are some more images of the same patient
Here are some more images of the same patient
Here is the liver of another patient with the same focal fatty liver changes
Here is the liver of another patient with the same focal fatty liver changes
This is a third patient with more confluating focal fatty liver changes
This is a third patient with more confluating focal fatty liver changes
This is the liver of another patient. When focal liver changes look like this it is called multinodular focal liver disease and can very well be mistaken for metastases or haemangiomas.In these cases an MRI can help. Using the combination of in-phase (IP)
This is the liver of another patient. When focal liver changes look like this it is called multinodular focal liver disease and can very well be mistaken for metastases or haemangiomas.In these cases an MRI can help. Using the combination of in-phase (IP)

Conclusion

The lesions in these cases all proved to be focal fatty liver changes.


Details

  • Sex: Male
  • Body part: Liver

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  • Hitachi Ultrasound System