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Multiple hepatic angiolipomas: a case report and review of literature.

Follow-up of two hepatic angiolipomas in a patient without evidence of tuberous sclerosis is reported. Initially, the lesions presented as homogenously enhancing masses, which were nearly isodense to normal liver tissue on plain CT scans. Focal nodular hyperplasia was assumed. One year later, fat was detected in the growing tumors and percutaneous core biopsy revealed hepatic angiolipomas. Natural history of these rare lesions is unknown, and this is to the best of our knowledge the first observation of fatty metamorphosis in such a benign, mesenchymal hepatic neoplasm.[1]


  1. Multiple hepatic angiolipomas: a case report and review of literature. Strotzer, M., Paetzel, C., Feuerbach, S. European radiology. (1999) [Pubmed]
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