Korean J Hepatol > Volume 3(4); 1997 > Article
The Korean Journal of Hepatology 1997;3(4): 337-343.
증례 : 간의 국소 결절성 과형성 1 예 ( Case Report : A Case of Focal Nodular Hyperplasia of the Liver )
A Case of Focal Nodular Hyperplasia of the Liver
heol Su Lim , Su Tek Lee , Dae Ghon Kim , Deuk Soo Ahn , Hee Chul Yu , Baik Hwan Cho
Focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) is a rare, benign hepatic tumor which was usually discovered incidentally by imaging procedure performed for some other reasons. FNH is typically asymptomatic and, it seldom bleeds. There is no evidence to support any relation with primary liver cancer. Accordingly, the preferred management is conservative, and excision is reserved for large symptomatic and complicated lesion, or when the diagnosis remains uncertain. Although many cases of FNH has been described to date in the other countries, only four cases of FNH has been reported in Korean literature. In the present report we describe a 7 cm sized asymptomatic lesion of FNH in a 23-year-old woman, that was disclosed by various kinds of imaging procedure. The left lateral segmentectomy was performed. The mass was firm and showed areas of localized growth of mature hepatocytes and septal fibrosis accompanied with marginal ductal proliferation, consistent with FNH. It also displayed an incomplete stellate architectual configration consisted of a central fibrous scar. (Korean J Hepatol 1997;7:337 343)
KeyWords: Focal Nodular Hyperplasia , Liver

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