Diagnosis and management of solid benign liver lesions

  title={Diagnosis and management of solid benign liver lesions},
  author={Jacques Belghiti and François Cauchy and Val{\'e}rie Paradis and Val{\'e}rie Vilgrain},
  journal={Nature Reviews Gastroenterology &Hepatology},
More and more asymptomatic benign liver tumours are discovered incidentally and can be divided into regenerative lesions and true neoplastic lesions. The most common regenerative lesions include hemangioma, focal nodular hyperplasia and inflammatory pseudotumours of the liver. Neoplastic lesions include hepatocellular adenomas and angiomyolipomas. Regenerative lesions rarely increase in volume, do not yield a higher risk of complications and usually do not require treatment. By contrast… CONTINUE READING
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