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Abstract #3671

Common and Uncommon Mimics of Primary Liver Cancers: MRI Characteristics, Differentiating Features and Histopathological Correlation

Pardeep Mittal 1 , Courtney C Moreno 1 , Juan C Camacho 1 , Brian Quigley 2 , Kiran K Maddu 1 , Nima Kokabi 1 , William Small 1 , and Bobby Kalb 3

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, 3 Diagnostic Radiology, Univesity of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, United States

Liver is an important organ from oncologic perspective. Primary liver cancers are more common in presence of CLD than non CLD such as cirrhosis etc. and arise from different components of liver such as hepatocytes, bile duct epithelium, neuroendocrine cells and mesenchymal cells. Therefore imaging and histopathological features of primary liver cancers and their common and uncommon mimics will be discussed in this presentation. MRI has become the most important diagnostic tool over other imaging modalities due to its excellent soft tissue contrast and multi planar capabilities which assist in diagnostic accuracy of liver lesions as well as promoting successful management

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