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Rare Benign Focal Lesions of the Liver: Report of 2 Cases and Literature Review.

INTRODUCTION: Benign lesions of the liver are very common findings, usually randomly discovered, especially during examinations for other indications. The frequent use of imaging modalities may be responsible for the statistical increase in the incidence of these findings.

CASE PRESENTATION: In this publication, we present the cases of 2 female patients with benign liver lesions, the occurrence of which is considered rare, and only a few dozen cases have been described worldwide. In both cases, clinical symptoms, diagnostic approach, and surgical treatment are presented.

CONCLUSION: Due to increasing availability of imaging methods, the occurrence of previously considered rare benign liver lesions increases as well. In many cases, the malignant potential of these findings remains unclear. Decision-making process should include a multidisciplinary board.

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