Management of Benign Liver Masses
Benign liver masses are relatively common and consist of hepatic adenomas, hepatic hemangiomas, and focal nodular hyperplasia. Most of these masses present incidentally on imaging and are asymptomatic. While these lesions often share a common presentation, management varies for each etiology.
KeywordsBenign Liver Hepatic Lesion Mass Hemangioma Focal nodular hyperplasia Adenoma