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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 »

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Non-cancerous blood-filled masses known as hemangiomas are the primary cause of lesions on the liver, according to the California Pacific Medical Center. Other benign causes of hepatic lesions include simple liver cysts,... More »

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Causes of liver lesions include cancer, benign liver tumors, cirrhosis and hepatitis, according to WebMD, the San Francisco Center for Liver Disease, the World Health Organization and Mayo Clinic. Cirrhosis is a late-sta... More »

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