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August 2001

Prepared by
Dr. F. L. Chan


Clinical History:
A 50-year-old woman had vague abdominal pain for several months, and blood biochemistry revealed slightly abnormal liver function. Contrast-enhanced CT study was performed of the abdomen. Scans through the liver region at two levels, obtained during the arterial phase, are demonstrated. The incidental small lesion in the right liver showed typical characteristics of a haemangioma on delayed scans (marked by a circle in Figure 2).

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Figure 1

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Figure 2

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