Differences of Hepatic Cysts
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Differences of Hepatic Cysts

L066 Differential Imaging And Character Of Hepatic CystsPyogenic Amebic Hydatid Congenital Cystadenoma Number Single or multiple 1 or few Usually single Single or multiple Single with loculationsWall thickness Thick Thick ThickThin Variable Wall character Uniform or multiloculated Usually uniform Uniform, daughter cysts; 50% calcified Uniform Septations common may be irregular Cyst contents Usually pus with blood Red-brown; like anchovy paste Clear or bilious; gelatinous Usually clear water density Usually green-brown mucinous Computed tomography Central hypodensity and peripheral contrast enhancement Central hypodensity and peripheral contrast enhancement Daughter cysts in rosette pattern Water dense, smooth, avascular Well-defined, contrast-enhancing wall, often nodularity Magnetic resonance imagingT1 hypointense TI hypointense T2 low-intensity rim T1 hypointense T1 hypo- or isointense T2 hyperintense with enhancing rimT2 hyperintense with enhancing rimDaughter cysts hypointense to intracystic fluid on T1 and hyperintense on T2T2 very hyperintenseT2 hyperintenseWall and septations enhance with contrast
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publish time: 2021-05-17
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Here is a chart about the L066 differential imaging and character of hepatic cysts. Hepatic cysts are fluid-filled cavities in the liver, generally asymptomatic and found incidentally in imaging studies. They can sometimes be associated with serious complications such as infection, hemorrhage, rupture, or compression of the biliary tree. Learn more details from this chart, or try to make yours with ease.

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