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Ultrasound found a spot near liver half a cm ,have cirrhossis ,opinions please
Hemangioma are not uncommon. I would not worry
Get MRI from liver transplant center. They can diagnosed HCC with imaging and may not need to biopsy.
My dad had a similar story. He did have HCC and has passed after a 16 month battle. Time is of the essence. Treatment outcomes are better earlier and you will have more options. If tumors get too big or too many, you will not qualify for transplant.
Have AFP run, blood work. If elevate, it may suggest cancer.
I found an excellent immunotherapy doctor who treats in Mexico City with better results than treatment t in the states can offer in some cases. I wish I would have gone there first. My dad may still be alive.
Good luck. Stay diligent.
Hepatic echogenic lesion on ultrasound statistically probably represents a benign hemangioma. However, given your history of cirrhosis, this should be confirmed with liver protocol CT or MRI abdomen with and without contrast.