Hepatic Hemangioma Index

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Hepatic hemangiomas are referred to as tumors, however, they not malignant and do not become cancerous. Hemangiomas can occur in the liver, however, they can also occur other places in the body. Symptoms are rare, however, they may cause pain, nausea, or enlargement of the liver. CT scan or MRI is generally used to diagnose hepatic hemangiomas Most hepatic hemangiomas do not require treatment.


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  • Cavernous Hemangioma
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