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642 clinics specializing in Oncology providing treatment of Benign liver tumor A benign liver tumor refers to a non-cancerous growth in the liver. It can be asymptomatic or cause symptoms such as abdominal pain or discomfort. Treatment options depend on the type and size of the tumor and may include observation or removal.
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Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $31,500
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $82,972
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $43,029
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $26,250
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $39,555
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $43,431
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $19,425
  8. Conization
    ≈ $8,539
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $29,400
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Boston, United States
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), world renowned in virtually every area of adult medicine, is a 793 bed teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Consistently read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $8,321
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $16,563
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $4,822
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $6,921
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $7,896
  6. Parotidectomy
    ≈ $2,460
  7. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
    ≈ $2,820
  8. Total gastrectomy
    ≈ $13,854
  9. Total esophagectomy
    ≈ $18,482
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Santiago, Chile
Specializations: Thoracic surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
The Padre Hurtado Hospital was inaugurated on November 9, 1998, starting its care on the 16th of that same month, with Maternity, Gynecology and Newborn, read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $7,459
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $11,657
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $4,735
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $6,905
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $7,220
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $6,565
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $2,459
  8. Conization
    ≈ $772
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $2,548
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Debrecen, Hungary
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
The Clinical Center provides the high quality implementation of patient care in University of Debrecen. In the Clinical Center of University of Debrecen more than read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $31,500
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $82,972
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $43,029
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $26,250
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $39,555
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $43,431
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $19,425
  8. Conization
    ≈ $8,539
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $29,400
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Boston, United States
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Khmer, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish; Castilian
Mass General has the largest hospital based research program in the U.S. Guided by the needs of our patients, Mass General delivers care grounded in read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $31,500
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $82,972
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $43,029
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $26,250
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $39,555
  6. Conization
    ≈ $8,539
  7. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $29,400
  8. Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
    ≈ $10,605
  9. Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH)
    ≈ $20,489
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Vero Beach, United States
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Since opening our doors 88 years ago, Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital has grown from a small community facility to a 332-bed, not-for-profit hospital. Our read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Chemoembolization
    ≈ $6,245
  2. Surgery for bone cancer
    ≈ $6,052
  3. Soft tissue tumor removal
    ≈ $4,213
  4. Pelvic bone resection
    ≈ $4,773
  5. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
    ≈ $5,992
  6. Off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery
    ≈ $18,004
  7. Permanent pacemaker implantation
    ≈ $7,335
  8. Dual chamber pacemaker insertion
    ≈ $7,455
  9. Catheter cardiac ablation
    ≈ $10,126
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Prague, Czech Republic
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
FN Motol (Faculty Hospital Motol) is presently divided into 3 units – a children’s hospital serving 690 young patients, an adult unit for 1230 patients read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $11,004
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $17,283
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $7,123
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $8,835
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $6,260
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $8,226
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $2,242
  8. Conization
    ≈ $1,252
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $2,910
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Częstochowa, Poland
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Klara Medical Center offers comprehensive medical services provided on a commercial basis. Since mid-2022, our Center has been operating in two independent locations in Częstochowa read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    by request
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    by request
  3. Minor liver resection
    by request
  4. Chemodectoma surgery
    by request
  5. Rib cancer surgical treatment
    by request
  6. Removal of a malignant tumor of the chest wall
    by request
  7. Open chest surgery
    by request
  8. Lung volume reduction surgery (LVRS)
    by request
  9. Windpipe cancer surgery
    by request
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Amman, Jordan
Specializations: Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Oncology
Languages: English, French, Kurdish
The King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) has evolved over the past several years to become the first choice for thousands of patients seeking premium holistic read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $31,747
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $44,492
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $15,386
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $26,032
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $24,029
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $21,652
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $10,283
  8. Conization
    ≈ $4,518
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $7,585
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Dublin, Ireland
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
We offer patients easy access to scheduled and emergency care delivered by leading consultants.We provide access to private patient consultation suites, digital diagnostic radiology platforms read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $26,284
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $35,374
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $19,161
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $22,018
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $21,268
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $19,986
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $9,263
  8. Conization
    ≈ $4,286
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $8,230
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Milan, Italy
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Oncology
Languages: Arabic, English, Russian
The IEO (European Institute of Oncology) is one of the world's most prestigious hospitals and the fastest growing comprehensive cancer centre in Europe. IEO integrates read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $25,711
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $31,052
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $18,185
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $22,681
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $22,186
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $22,990
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $12,676
  8. Conization
    ≈ $4,177
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $11,954
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Shanghai, China
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Jiahui International Hospital is the first foreign-funded tertiary general hospital in China. Located in downtown Shanghai's Xuhui District, the hospital opened to the public in read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    by request
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    by request
  3. Minor liver resection
    by request
  4. Chemoembolization
    by request
  5. Permanent pacemaker implantation
    by request
  6. Dual chamber pacemaker insertion
    by request
  7. Cardiac resynchronization therapy with pacemaker (CRT-P)
    by request
  8. Cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillator (CRT-D)
    by request
  9. Pacemaker replacement
    by request
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Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Languages: English
The hospital is located in the Khan-Uul district, northwest of Bogd Khan Palace Museum and east of APU Company. Intermed Hospital was built under European read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $2,673
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $4,180
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $1,561
  4. Chemoembolization
    ≈ $1,842
  5. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $2,417
  6. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $502
  7. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $2,179
  8. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $1,134
  9. Conization
    ≈ $547
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Colombo, Sri Lanka
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Oncology
Offering international standards in healthcare, Asiri Central Hospital is the flagship entity of the Asiri Group of Hospitals. With its luxurious advanced medical facilities, this read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $2,673
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $4,180
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $1,561
  4. Lumpectomy
    ≈ $134
  5. Simple mastectomy
    ≈ $1,468
  6. Subcutaneous mastectomy
    ≈ $706
  7. Double preventive mastectomy
    ≈ $1,611
  8. Breast reconstruction after mastectomy
    ≈ $2,207
  9. Nipple and areola reconstruction
    ≈ $524
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Colombo, Sri Lanka
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Providing access to the State-of-Art diagnostic and treatment technologies is a hallmark of Nawaloka Hospital. Driven by our Vision to be the Hospital of Tomorrow read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $9,836
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $16,596
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $6,204
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $8,154
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $8,488
  6. Parotidectomy
    ≈ $2,804
  7. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
    ≈ $3,241
  8. Total gastrectomy
    ≈ $14,522
  9. Total esophagectomy
    ≈ $18,092
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Prague, Czech Republic
Specializations: Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
Thomayer University Hospital is a modern, constantly developing health-care center offering specialized, top-quality medical services while also providing a truly professional environment for experts in read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $28,232
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $38,164
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $14,616
  4. Chemoembolization
    ≈ $16,501
  5. Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for liver cancer
    ≈ $9,846
  6. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $22,942
  7. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $10,956
  8. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $13,116
  9. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $10,400
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Nagaizumi, Japan
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Oncology
Languages: English
The Shizuoka Cancer Center has the main hospital building, the Proton Therapy Facility, the Palliative Care Ward Annex and the Energy Center. Situated on a read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $7,123
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $11,044
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $3,881
  4. Radioactive Iodine therapy for thyroid cancer
    $935
  5. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $5,404
  6. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $6,009
  7. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $5,281
  8. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $2,521
  9. Conization
    ≈ $1,074
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Tirana, Albania
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
"Mother Teresa" University Hospital Center in Tirana is the largest health institution in Albania and as an academic health institution it is the only one read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $5,557
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $8,821
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $3,837
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $1,040
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $3,763
  6. Conization
    $531
  7. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $1,809
  8. Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
    ≈ $437
  9. Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH)
    ≈ $2,332
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Ružomberok, Slovakia
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
The Central Military Hospital of the SNP Ružomberok provides its services to all citizens of the Slovak Republic who need it, regardless of where they read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $19,599
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $29,819
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $10,289
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $15,984
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $17,909
  6. Conization
    ≈ $3,234
  7. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $5,044
  8. Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
    ≈ $2,177
  9. Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH)
    ≈ $5,806
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Le Plessis-Robinson, France
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Oncology
The Marie Lannelongue Hospital is a private non-profit hospital, Private Health Establishment of Collective Interest (ESPIC), practicing agreed rates without exceeding fees. It is part read more
Prices for popular procedures:
  1. Major liver resection
    ≈ $5,557
  2. Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR)
    ≈ $8,821
  3. Minor liver resection
    ≈ $3,837
  4. Hemicolectomy
    ≈ $1,040
  5. Rectum anterior resection
    ≈ $3,763
  6. Radical prostatectomy
    ≈ $4,125
  7. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
    ≈ $3,618
  8. Conization
    ≈ $461
  9. Open hysterectomy
    ≈ $1,809
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Bratislava, Slovakia
Specializations: Cardiac surgery, Vascular surgery, Thoracic surgery, Neurosurgery, Spine surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Oncology
University Hospital Bratislava - St. Cyril and Methodius Hospital is a hospital in the Petržalka district of Bratislava , in its local part of read more

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Clinic with the highest rating of 5 — Berkana clinic in Moscow, Russia and 3 more, clinic with the most reviews number of 35757 — Aster CMI hospital in Bengaluru, India.

With rating 4.0 and over — 223 clinics .

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Benign Liver Tumor: Understanding, Managing, and Preventing Non-Malignant Hepatic Growths

Navigating Benign Liver Tumors: A Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention Strategies

Benign liver tumors are non-cancerous growths in the liver. Unlike malignant liver tumors, they don't spread to other parts of the body and are generally considered less serious. However, they can still cause health issues and require medical attention. Understanding these tumors is key to managing and preventing complications.

The three most common types of benign liver tumors are:

  • Hepatic hemangioma;
  • Hepatocellular adenoma;
  • Focal nodular hyperplasia.

Hepatic hemangioma

Hemangiomas are the most common type of benign liver tumors, characterized primarily by their vascular nature. They consist of a tangle of blood vessels and are often discovered incidentally during imaging tests for other conditions. Hemangiomas can occur in individuals of any age, but they are more frequently diagnosed in adults, particularly in women.

Characteristics

  • Appearance: Typically, hemangiomas are small, ranging from a few millimeters to a few centimeters in size. They are usually solitary but can be multiple in some cases.
  • Growth: Generally, hemangiomas grow slowly and remain asymptomatic. They rarely increase in size or become symptomatic, which distinguishes them from more aggressive types of liver tumors.

Risk Factors

  • Gender: Women are more likely to develop hemangiomas than men, potentially due to hormonal influences.
  • Age: Although they can be present at any age, hemangiomas are most commonly identified in adults between 30 and 50 years of age.
  • Hormones: Hormonal factors, including the use of oral contraceptives, have been suggested as a possible risk factor, although the evidence is not definitive.

Symptoms

Most liver hemangiomas do not cause symptoms and are often discovered during imaging studies performed for unrelated reasons. When symptoms do occur, they may include:

  • Abdominal discomfort or pain, particularly in the upper right abdomen.
  • Feeling of fullness after eating a small amount of food.
  • Nausea or bloating.

Diagnosis

Hemangiomas are typically diagnosed through imaging studies, including:

  • Ultrasound: Often the first imaging technique used when a liver abnormality is suspected.
  • Computed Tomography (CT) Scan: Provides detailed images and can help in distinguishing hemangiomas from other types of liver lesions.
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Offers high-resolution images and is particularly effective in diagnosing liver hemangiomas.

Treatment

In most cases, treatment is not necessary for liver hemangiomas, especially if they are small and asymptomatic. The primary approach is regular monitoring to check for any changes in size or appearance. In rare cases where hemangiomas are large or symptomatic, treatment options may include:

  • Surgical Removal: Indicated if the hemangioma causes significant symptoms or complications.
  • Embolization: A procedure to block the blood supply to the hemangioma, causing it to shrink.

Complications

While complications from liver hemangiomas are rare, they can include:

  • Rupture: Although extremely rare, a ruptured hemangioma can cause internal bleeding.
  • Kasabach-Merritt Syndrome: A rare complication involving a large hemangioma that leads to blood clotting issues.

Hepatocellular Adenoma

Hepatocellular adenoma (HCA) is a rare type of benign liver tumor that primarily affects the liver's functioning cells, known as hepatocytes. It's more commonly found in women and has a strong association with hormonal factors. While hepatocellular adenomas are benign, they can have significant health implications due to their potential for complications.

Characteristics

  • Composition: HCAs are composed of abnormal liver cells and often lack the normal architecture of the liver, including bile ducts and portal tracts.
  • Appearance: These tumors can vary in size, and while they are usually solitary, multiple adenomas can also occur.

Risk Factors

  • Gender and Hormones: Predominantly affects women, particularly those using oral contraceptives or during pregnancy, due to hormonal influences.
  • Anabolic Steroids: Use of anabolic steroids can also increase the risk.
  • Metabolic Disorders: Certain metabolic disorders like glycogen storage diseases can predispose individuals to HCAs.

Symptoms

  • Asymptomatic Nature: Many HCAs do not cause symptoms and are often discovered incidentally during imaging for other reasons.
  • Potential Symptoms: When symptoms do occur, they can include abdominal pain or fullness, particularly in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen.

Diagnosis

  • Imaging Studies: Ultrasound, CT scans, and MRI are commonly used to identify and characterize the tumor. These imaging tests can help differentiate HCAs from other liver lesions.
  • Biopsy: Sometimes, a biopsy is necessary to confirm the diagnosis, particularly if the imaging is inconclusive.

Treatment

  • Monitoring: Small, asymptomatic HCAs might only require regular monitoring with imaging.
  • Hormonal Contraceptives: Women with HCAs are often advised to stop using oral contraceptives or other hormonal treatments, as these can influence the growth of the adenoma.
  • Surgical Removal: Surgery may be recommended for large adenomas (typically those over 5 cm), symptomatic adenomas, or if there is a concern about malignancy.

Complications

  • Hemorrhage: One of the most significant risks is bleeding within the tumor or into the abdominal cavity, which can be life-threatening.
  • Malignant Transformation: Although rare, HCAs can transform into hepatocellular carcinoma, a type of liver cancer.

Prevention

  • Contraceptive Use: Women at risk for HCAs may need to consider non-hormonal forms of contraception.
  • Regular Monitoring: For those with risk factors like metabolic disorders, regular liver imaging can help in early detection.

Focal Nodular Hyperplasia (FNH)

Focal Nodular Hyperplasia (FNH) is a benign liver lesion, typically considered the second most common type of benign liver tumor after hemangiomas. FNH is composed of a mixture of various cell types found in the liver, and it is usually discovered incidentally during imaging studies for other medical reasons.

Characteristics

  • Composition: FNH is characterized by a mixture of hepatocytes (liver cells), Kupffer cells (a type of immune cell in the liver), and fibrous tissue.
  • Appearance: On imaging, FNH usually appears as a well-defined, solitary mass with a central scar, although the scar is not always present.
  • Growth: FNH lesions are generally stable in size and do not tend to grow or shrink significantly over time.

Risk Factors

  • Gender and Age: FNH is more commonly diagnosed in women, particularly during their reproductive years, although it can occur in both genders and at any age.
  • Hormonal Influence: Unlike hepatic adenomas, FNH is not strongly linked to hormonal factors, such as oral contraceptive use.

Symptoms

  • Asymptomatic Nature: Most individuals with FNH do not experience any symptoms, and the lesions are usually found incidentally during imaging for unrelated reasons.
  • Possible Symptoms: On rare occasions, particularly with larger lesions, individuals may experience discomfort or pain in the upper abdomen, a feeling of fullness, or other nonspecific gastrointestinal symptoms.

Diagnosis

  • Imaging Studies: FNH is typically diagnosed through imaging techniques such as ultrasound, CT scans, or MRI. These modalities can help differentiate FNH from other liver lesions.
  • Central Scar Feature: The presence of a central scar seen in imaging studies can be suggestive of FNH, although it's not present in all cases.

Treatment

  • Monitoring: Since FNH lesions are benign and usually asymptomatic, they typically do not require treatment. Regular monitoring with imaging may be recommended to ensure the lesion remains stable.
  • Surgery: Surgical intervention is rarely required and is usually considered only if the lesion causes significant symptoms or if there's uncertainty in the diagnosis.
Complications

Rare Occurrences: FNH is not known to rupture or bleed and does not have malignant potential. Complications are extremely rare.

Prevention

No Specific Prevention. Since the exact cause of FNH is unclear and it is not linked to lifestyle factors, there are no specific preventive measures.

Conclusion

Benign liver tumors, though not life-threatening, require careful monitoring and management due to their potential to cause discomfort and other complications. Understanding the types, risk factors, and treatment options is crucial for individuals diagnosed with these tumors. With ongoing research and advancements in medical treatments, the outlook for managing benign liver tumors continues to improve, offering effective and less invasive options for those affected. Regular medical check-ups and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are key preventive strategies to ensure liver health and early detection of any abnormalities.

Reviewed by

  • Isabella Gonzalez, MD-PhD