Liver lesions are noncancerous masses in the liver; they may appear in people without underlying liver disease, and classify as benign, meaning they pose little risk to patients' health. Liver lesions, like other cellula... More »

A hypodense liver lesion is an abnormality that is less dense than the surrounding liver tissue as seen in a radiological scan, such as a Computed Tomography scan or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, explains HealthTap. Hypode... More »

Treatment for liver lesions can depend on whether they are cancerous or benign. While noncancerous lesions may often not require surgical removal, cancerous liver lesions or tumors can be treated in different ways, inclu... More »

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