The present case report describes imaging findings (CT and MRI features) of a primary malignant fibrous hystiocitoma, presenting as a dual stage lesion, completely exophytic along liver surface with surgical and histological correlations. Imaging characteristics suggested the nature of the lesion (mesenchymal) and the behavior (expansile growth pattern) which addressed surgeons to a conservative excision.

MRI and CT findings of a primary malignant fibrous hystiocitoma presenting as a huge glissonian mass; imaging findings with surgical and histological correlations / Romano, Federica; Altiero, Michele; Laccetti, Ettore; Calise, Fulvio; D'Avino, Raffaele; Benincasa, Giulio; Scaglione, Mariano. - In: BJR CASE REPORTS. - ISSN 2055-7159. - 5:1(2019), p. 20180055. [10.1259/bjrcr.20180055]

MRI and CT findings of a primary malignant fibrous hystiocitoma presenting as a huge glissonian mass; imaging findings with surgical and histological correlations

Scaglione, Mariano
2019

Abstract

The present case report describes imaging findings (CT and MRI features) of a primary malignant fibrous hystiocitoma, presenting as a dual stage lesion, completely exophytic along liver surface with surgical and histological correlations. Imaging characteristics suggested the nature of the lesion (mesenchymal) and the behavior (expansile growth pattern) which addressed surgeons to a conservative excision.
MRI and CT findings of a primary malignant fibrous hystiocitoma presenting as a huge glissonian mass; imaging findings with surgical and histological correlations / Romano, Federica; Altiero, Michele; Laccetti, Ettore; Calise, Fulvio; D'Avino, Raffaele; Benincasa, Giulio; Scaglione, Mariano. - In: BJR CASE REPORTS. - ISSN 2055-7159. - 5:1(2019), p. 20180055. [10.1259/bjrcr.20180055]
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