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September 7th, 2019 (Liver Pathology)
Digital Slide Seminar 2:
Approach to Liver Biopsy with Focal Liver Lesions
Underlying diabetes mellitus, hypertension and dyslipidemia.
A segment III liver lesion (17 x 15 mm) was found during investigation for right hypochondriac pain. Non-anatomical resection was done.
Chronic hepatitis B with liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension.
A liver mass was detected during investigation for jaundice while undergoing anti-TB therapy. Clinically HCC, with serum AFP of 187.
Core biopsy was performed.
Incidental finding of segment VI liver nodule on ultrasound during investigation for hypertension.
CT 3 phase: Arterial enhancing lesion; differentials were hepatic adenoma, FNH and hepatic hemangioma.
Laparoscopic resection was done.
Gross specimen: A non-encapsulated subcapsular lesion, which measured 33x28x22 mm. It was pale-yellow to tan in color, with irregular thin fibrous bands seen resulting in nodular/lobulated cut surface appearance.
Incidental finding of a small segment II liver nodule during surgery for hepatoma (segment V/VI).
Gross: A grayish 10x8x5 mm nodule.