Dr. Rohan Sharad Shelar, Dr. Pratik Patil, Dr. Madan manmohan, Dr. Neeti Mathur


Liver lipoma is a rare benign mesenchymal tumour without malignant degeneration, most of them are aymptomatic but some of them may present with pain in the abdomen. Liver lipomas are generally incidental findings and are found during scanning the patient for some other pathology. In this report, we describe the case of a 43 year old female with a giant liver lipoma observed during an CT abdomen examination.. The purpose of this report is provide an anthological case of liver lipoma, helping to define the diagnostic features with imaging techniques


1. Lipoma 2. Mesenchymal 3. Tumor

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