FNHR

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FNHRFocal Nodular Hyperplasia
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Diagnostic performance and description of morphologicafeatures of focal nodular hyperplasia in GdEOB-DTPA-enhanced liver magnetic resonance imaging: results of a multicenter trial.
Diagnostic performance and description of morphological features of focal nodular hyperplasia in Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced liver magnetic resonance imaging: results of a multicenter trial.
Levin, "Focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver: a sequela of tumor therapy," Pediatric Radiology, vol.
Multiple focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver associated with hemihypertrophy and vascular malformations.
Focal nodular hyperplasia is subdivided into 2 types: classic (80%) and non-classic (20%).
Blank et al., "Tumor-Specific vascularization pattern of liver metastasis, hepatocellular carcinoma, hemangioma and focal nodular hyperplasia in the differential diagnosis of 1349 liver lesions in contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS)," Ultraschall in derMedizin, vol.
Focal nodular hyperplasia is a benign hamartoma which classically shows intense enhancement in arterial phase except for central scars.
Liver masses, both benign and malignant, received attention, with the increasing value of hepatocyte-specific MRI agents in focal nodular hyperplasia; increasing accumulation of this contrast implies biliary excretion and hence functional hepatocytes.
The liver lesions showed focal nodular hyperplasia.
The most frequent benign tumors in users of oral contraceptives were hepatic cell adenomas and focal nodular hyperplasia. In nonusers, histologic types were almost equally divided among hepatic cell adenomas, focal nodular hyperplasia, hamartomas and other benign tumors.