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Epidemiology and Histopathology

  • Francesco CettaEmail author

Abstract

Benign liver tumors of the liver comprise a wide range of “mass-forming lesions,” including tumors deriving from the hepatocyte, the cholangiocyte, and the various cells of the vascular system, as well as various tumors of mesenchymal origin and a group of cystic or polycystic diseases of various origin [1–3].

Keywords

Focal Nodular Hyperplasia Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Hepatic Hemangioma Hepatic Adenoma Peliosis Hepatis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IRCCS MultiMedicaMilanItaly

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