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Abstract #3580

Focal Nodular Hyperplasia: Classification and Mimics, MR Imaging Findings Correlating with Histopathology

Pardeep Mittal 1 , Juan C Camacho 1 , Kiran K Maddu 1 , Brian Quigley 2 , Nima Kokabi 1 , Kelly Cox 1 , Sadhna Nandwana 1 , and Courtney C Moreno 1

1 Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Emory Uni School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 2 Pathology, Emory Uni School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) is a hyperplastic process in which all the normal constituents of liver are present but in an abnormally organized pattern. It is crucial to differentiate hypervascular lesions mimicking FNH such as HCC especially fibrolamellar, hepatic adenoma to ensure proper treatment. MRI is invaluable tool in diagnosing primary liver lesions such as FNH and identifying several entities that MIMIC focal nodular hyperplasia and thereby assist physicians in detection and management of such pathologies.

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