Ok so you did have borderline cirrhosis before you were cured.
Odds of HCC for those of us with cirrhosis are about 4% a year every year.
Hepatocellular carcinoma occurs at a rate of 1% to 4% per year after cirrhosis is established  and cirrhosis underlies HCC in approximately 80%-90% of cases worldwide
Cirrhosis has long been thought to be a major risk factor for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the most common form of liver cancer. Cirrhosis also limits cancer treatments. But a new study finds the cancer incidence in people with cirrhosis is lower than thought—at most, about 4%.
Cirrhosis is a disease in which liver cells become damaged and are replaced by scar tissue. People with cirrhosis have an increased risk of liver cancer. Most (but not all) people who develop liver cancer already have some evidence of cirrhosis. There are several possible causes of cirrhosis.
my hepa md told me that in my case the probability for HCC is less then 1%. he is surprised that ultrasound found and more and he suggest to wait for the CT. also he said that my liver functions are good, recent fibroscan show F2-F3 just 6 months ago, CT abdominal 18 months ago only show fatty liver.
Can it be that ultrasound findings are wrong?
Can I have PVT from some other cause ?
I attached other causes. But in the long run what does the cause matter really?
But yes absolutely wait for the CT scan for an accurate diagnosis. The ultrasound only shows indications of what might be going on the CT scan is more definitive.
I wrote before a mistake
My Fibrosis from year 2007 was like that:
Fibroscan - F4
Biopsy L stage 2-3 , grade 2-3
in 2008 I became SVR after treatment
So how today I am Cirrhosis grade A?