2007
DOI: 10.1177/030089160709300118 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Solitary fibrous tumor of the liver is a rare neoplasm which has been reported in only 27 patients in the English literature. A limited number of reports have described the radiological findings of this tumor. We report the radiological and pathological findings in a patient with solitary fibrous tumor located in the liver.

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“…Findings on MRI are similar to that of CT scans. In T1WI, the SFTL demonstrates a heterogeneous mass with hypointense signals compared to the normal hepatic parenchyma which is thought to reflect the high content of collagenous tissue [39, 40]. A heterogeneous mass that may be both hypo- and hyperintense is observed in T2WI with some areas described as almost isointense to cerebrospinal fluid [18, 41].…”
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“…Findings on MRI are similar to that of CT scans. In T1WI, the SFTL demonstrates a heterogeneous mass with hypointense signals compared to the normal hepatic parenchyma which is thought to reflect the high content of collagenous tissue [39, 40]. A heterogeneous mass that may be both hypo- and hyperintense is observed in T2WI with some areas described as almost isointense to cerebrospinal fluid [18, 41].…”
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“…Among them, MRI is considered the gold-standard imaging modality for SFTs ( 38 ). The results of a previous study demonstrated masses of predominantly low or intermediate signal intensities on both T1 and T2-weighted images, which may reflect the high content of fibrous collagenous tissue, hypocellularity and the relatively small number of mobile protons ( 37 ). Moreover, hyperintensity on T2-weighted images may be associated with necrosis, cystic or myxoid degeneration, prominent vascular structures and hypercellular areas ( 37 ).…”
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“…The results of a previous study demonstrated inhomogeneous enhancement, which may have been due to the differential enhancement of the admixed cellular and collagenous components ( 26 ). However, not all SFT imaging is typical ( 37 ). Imaging examinations, including MRI, CT and abdominal ultrasound scans, may be used to reveal liver tumors.…”
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