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Hypodensity in Left Lobe of Liver
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Hypodensity in Left Lobe of Liver

I had a CT Done that showed two Hypodensity in the left lobe of the liver not consistent with hemangioma or cysts. What else could it be?
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they could be areas of focal fat or benign growths such as FNH or hepatic adenoma.  Was Iv contrast used?
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yes IV contrast and oral contrast was used.
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most likely is FNH or adenoma.  i would repeat in 6 months.
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