Liver angiomyolipoma: Classic and unusual presentations
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Two cases of liver angiomyolipoma (AML) are presented. The first case has the classical imaging findings previously reported. The second case has no fat content on the various imaging modalities. AML should probably be included in the differential diagnosis of any hypervascular lesion of the liver. Preoperative diagnosis with core biopsy is possible.
Key wordsAngiomyolipoma-Liver, neoplasms-Angiomyolipoma, angiography, US, CT, and MRI
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