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Scan report saying hyperechic sol noted on the right lobe of the liver. What does it mean?

Dear Doctor , Am 26 year old married before 6 months ago. I got urine infection b coz of that i went for scanning . The scanning report came as Liver: both lobes of liver appear normal in size.Echotexture and echopattern, no intrahepatic biliary radical dilatation noted.An hyperechic sol 32*19mm noted in right lobe of the liver.what does it means, do we need worry about this, I am deeply concerned. am planning to conceave is it k for this situation? please help Doctor
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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This is more than likely an incidental finding of something completely harmeless, however you should get a follow up imaging of the liver to better assess it. Recommended studies include a "triple phase CT scan of the liver" and / or a "doppler ultrasound of the liver".
Keep in mind that this is most likely bening, such as an Hemangioma (that you probably have had since birth), or hepatic adenoma (benign), or "FNH" (focal nodular hyperplasia).
In any case, chances of something malignant are low, particularly if you don't have a history of liver disease or infections (Such as hepatitis B or C).
Hope that helped, sincerely,
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