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Ultrasonography, liver minimally enlarged, homogeneous increase in parenchymal echotexture, hypoechoic lesions

I had an ultrasonography , which stated Liver is minimally enlarged and showed homogeneous increase in parenchymal echotexture. two well defined hypoechoic lesions are seen in the right lobe of liver measuring 2.2 by 1.8 and 1.7 by 1.6 cms in size. No obvious evidence of any abdominal mass seen. Atypical hemangioma can also have similar appearance. Is there anything to worry about this. Please reply as soon as possible.
Asked On : Wed, 2 May 2012
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Small hemangiomas do not cause any problems. In your case the ultrasound has picked the lesion. It would be advisable to confirm the diagnosis by means of a double contrast Ct scan of the abdomen immediately. Once that is done you can relax.
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