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Sarcoidosis, Abdomen and Liver

Ly JL - MedPix

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sarcoidosis, Abdomen and Liver

History: Patient with history of thoracic sarcoid presenting with increasing LFTs and pruritis.

Findings: Enlarged liver with nodular and heterogeneous pattern of enhancement. Periportal and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy. These findings are consistent with abdominal sarcoid in this clinical setting.

Ddx: Metastatic Disease (colon, stonach, pancreas, breast, lung) Lymphoma Other Infiltrative Liver Processes

Dxhow: Biopsy proven

Exam: Evidence of hepatomegaly on physical examination but no palpable focal abdominal mass. Labs notable for nonspecifically and mildly elevated LFTs.

No MeSH data available.


Axial contrast-enhanced CT image in the late (renal excretion in this case as the study was probably performed with a renal three-phase protocol) shows an enlarged but otherwise inconspicuous liver appearance, demonstrating the importance of imaging liver disease in three phases to achieve the highest sensitity for detection of disease.
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MPX1568_synpic21209: Axial contrast-enhanced CT image in the late (renal excretion in this case as the study was probably performed with a renal three-phase protocol) shows an enlarged but otherwise inconspicuous liver appearance, demonstrating the importance of imaging liver disease in three phases to achieve the highest sensitity for detection of disease.


Sarcoidosis, Abdomen and Liver

Ly JL - MedPix

Axial contrast-enhanced CT image in the late (renal excretion in this case as the study was probably performed with a renal three-phase protocol) shows an enlarged but otherwise inconspicuous liver appearance, demonstrating the importance of imaging liver disease in three phases to achieve the highest sensitity for detection of disease.
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MPX1568_synpic21209: Axial contrast-enhanced CT image in the late (renal excretion in this case as the study was probably performed with a renal three-phase protocol) shows an enlarged but otherwise inconspicuous liver appearance, demonstrating the importance of imaging liver disease in three phases to achieve the highest sensitity for detection of disease.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sarcoidosis, Abdomen and Liver

History: Patient with history of thoracic sarcoid presenting with increasing LFTs and pruritis.

Findings: Enlarged liver with nodular and heterogeneous pattern of enhancement. Periportal and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy. These findings are consistent with abdominal sarcoid in this clinical setting.

Ddx: Metastatic Disease (colon, stonach, pancreas, breast, lung) Lymphoma Other Infiltrative Liver Processes

Dxhow: Biopsy proven

Exam: Evidence of hepatomegaly on physical examination but no palpable focal abdominal mass. Labs notable for nonspecifically and mildly elevated LFTs.

No MeSH data available.