Incidental lesions are frequently discovered during routine radiographic evaluations. Correlation with clinical history and additional confirmatory imaging is essential to the development of an accurate, focused differential diagnosis and for appropriate management. The objective of this presentation is to describe the imaging findings associated with incidentally found liver lesions and to review those clinical and radiologic features, which should be considered in development of an ordered and accurate differential diagnosis.Learning Objectives:1. To introduce typical cases illustrating the role of imaging modalities in the differential diagnosis of unexpected liver lesion cases.2. To motivate the audience by the use of voting pads to be involved in the diagnostic process.3. To highlight the conclusion that may be drawn on the basis of the discussed cases.
|Numero di pagine||1|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2011|