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The radiology of fibrolamellar hepatoma.

Seven patients with fibrolamellar hepatoma were examined with computed tomography (CT), ultrasonography and angiography. On CT the tumours were large, of low attenuation, had a well-defined edge and some contained areas of calcification or necrosis. Ultrasonography revealed well-defined masses of mixed echogenicity, occasionally involving the portal vein. In one patient there was dilatation of the intrahepatic biliary tree. Arteriography showed vascular tumours with involvement of the portal vein in five cases and compression of the inferior vena cava in five cases. CT and ultrasonography are the most useful radiological investigations for suggesting the diagnosis of fibrolamellar hepatoma which should be considered in the case of any large solitary well-defined hepatic tumour in the noncirrhotic liver of a young person.

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