Benign Liver Tumors.
We'll pay special focus on Adenoma.
Especially being caused or associated
use of oral contraceptive
pills in women.
These patients will be presenting
on the right upper quadrant pain.
Resection is absolutely recommended
due to the risk of malignancy
Even if though you call this an adenoma,
there is no guarantee that you may not
go into, malignancy. Keep that in mind.
Another important benign type of
growth or proliferation,
is called focal-nodular hyperplasia
It's a benign vascular lesion
with a characteristic imaging.
There is no treatment recommended
This is just benign.
It is just hyperplasia.
but this hemangioma.
It may require tagged RBC
scans for diagnosis.
And hemangioma means,
you have a dilated blood vessel
in which there is
accumulation of blood
in that blood vessel
especially in the liver