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A case of huge solitary angiomyolipoma of the liver.

Kim YB, Suh JS, Park TR, Kim HS, Kim HY, Park CK, Yoo JY, Lee YJ, Kang G - Korean J. Intern. Med. (1995)

Bottom Line: A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed as a hepatic solitary angiomyolipoma post-operatively, is reported.The lesion was hypervascular on arteriography.The diagnosis was confirmed by an extended right lobectomy and histological examination.

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Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Hallym University, Seoul, Korea.

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A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed as a hepatic solitary angiomyolipoma post-operatively, is reported. The tumor was well definedly inhomogenous fat density mass on ultrasonography, computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The lesion was hypervascular on arteriography. The diagnosis was confirmed by an extended right lobectomy and histological examination.

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Angio graphy: celiac angiography demonstrated a large hyper-vascular tumor and dilated hepatic artery and vascular pooling in the lower lateral portion.
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f4-kjim-10-1-73-13: Angio graphy: celiac angiography demonstrated a large hyper-vascular tumor and dilated hepatic artery and vascular pooling in the lower lateral portion.

Mentions: There was also a posterior echo attenuation by the mass. CT showed an enhanced round mass with multiple irregular fat dense areas and sharply defined margin(Fig. 2). Hepatic MRI revealed inhomogenous well-capsulated solid mass occupying the entire right lobe. On T1 weighted image, the mass showed hyper-and isointensity lesion compared to normal liver, and bright signal intensity was shown on T2 weighted image. On dynamic study, the mass was demonstrated to be inhomogenous and showed prolonged enhancement, which pattern seemed to be atypical for hemangioma(Fig. 3). Celiac angiography demonstrated a large hypervascular tumor without feeding vessels or nodular staining. Displacement and stretching of the intragepatic portal veins were demonstrated on the post-arterial portogram(Fig. 4).


A case of huge solitary angiomyolipoma of the liver.

Kim YB, Suh JS, Park TR, Kim HS, Kim HY, Park CK, Yoo JY, Lee YJ, Kang G - Korean J. Intern. Med. (1995)

Angio graphy: celiac angiography demonstrated a large hyper-vascular tumor and dilated hepatic artery and vascular pooling in the lower lateral portion.
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f4-kjim-10-1-73-13: Angio graphy: celiac angiography demonstrated a large hyper-vascular tumor and dilated hepatic artery and vascular pooling in the lower lateral portion.
Mentions: There was also a posterior echo attenuation by the mass. CT showed an enhanced round mass with multiple irregular fat dense areas and sharply defined margin(Fig. 2). Hepatic MRI revealed inhomogenous well-capsulated solid mass occupying the entire right lobe. On T1 weighted image, the mass showed hyper-and isointensity lesion compared to normal liver, and bright signal intensity was shown on T2 weighted image. On dynamic study, the mass was demonstrated to be inhomogenous and showed prolonged enhancement, which pattern seemed to be atypical for hemangioma(Fig. 3). Celiac angiography demonstrated a large hypervascular tumor without feeding vessels or nodular staining. Displacement and stretching of the intragepatic portal veins were demonstrated on the post-arterial portogram(Fig. 4).

Bottom Line: A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed as a hepatic solitary angiomyolipoma post-operatively, is reported.The lesion was hypervascular on arteriography.The diagnosis was confirmed by an extended right lobectomy and histological examination.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Hallym University, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT
A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed as a hepatic solitary angiomyolipoma post-operatively, is reported. The tumor was well definedly inhomogenous fat density mass on ultrasonography, computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The lesion was hypervascular on arteriography. The diagnosis was confirmed by an extended right lobectomy and histological examination.

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Related in: MedlinePlus