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CT Abd Hemangioma

Technique: Helical CT of the liver was performed in multiple phases, these include noncontrast and following intravenous injection of nonionic contrast, arterial, venous and delayed. Multiplanar reformations were performed. FINDINGS: 3 low-density liver lesions are noted in the both lobes of liver on the noncontrast portion of the study. All three lesions demonstrate peripheral globular enhancement on either arterial and venous phases. The largest lesion, in the posterior right lobe, measures 2.1 x 2.6 cm. A single punctate calcification is noted in the interpolar region of the right kidney. The pancreas, spleen and adrenal glands appear normal. There are no enlarged lymph nodes. Multiple phleboliths are noted within the pelvis. Visualized osseous structures are normal. IMPRESSION: 1. Multiple hepatic hemangiomas as above. 2. Single right-sided punctate nephrolith.