Distinguishing benign from malignant liver tumours

  • Jay P. Heiken
  • Published 2007 in
    Cancer imaging : the official publication of the…


Liver masses are very common and most are benign. It is therefore important to avoid unnecessary interventions for benign lesions, while at the same time ensuring accurate diagnosis of hepatic malignancies. Many cancer patients, like the general population, have incidental benign liver lesions. In planning treatment for cancer patients, it is critical to… (More)


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