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The Authors make a revue of radiological methods for the study of non neoplastic hepatic masses. They remember the usefulness of ecotomography, computed tomography and scintigraphy as initial screening; angiography is to be used at the end of the screening plan only if other methods don't have given a certain diagnosis or if an hepatic resection is planned,(More)
The Authors remember that also nowadays the angiographic studies for hepatic neoplasms is still interesting. These methods must be used after other less invasive screening methods, such as scintigraphy, ecotomography and computed tomography. Angiographic studies are essential in presurgical planning. Some angiographic studies of primitive hepatic neoplasms(More)
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