Imaging focal nodular hyperplasia
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The primary purpose of this brief review is to discuss the basic features of typical and atypical focal nodular hyperplasia, and its complications. his article demonstrates the full spectrum of findings and features of focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) on different diagnostic radiological modalities.

During the past few years, technical advances in CT and MR imaging have led to a marked increase in detection and characterization of FNH. MR imaging is an ideal modality to work up lesions in relatively young women with suspected FNH because radiation and iodine-based contrast media are not used in these patients. Focal nodular hyperplasia is benign, with no malignant potential and a very small risk of complications (rupture, hemorrhage); thus, it is usually treated conservatively.

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