Hussain, Shahid M.

Liver MRI

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Table of contents

Part I. High-Fluid Content Liver Lesions

1. Abscesses — Pyogenic Type

2. Biliary Hamartomas (von Meyenberg Complexes)

3. Cyst I — Typical Small

4. Cyst II — Typical Large with MR-CT Correlation

5. Cyst III — Multiple Small Lesions with MR-CT-US Comparison

6. Cyst IV — Adult Polycystic Liver Disease

7. Cystadenoma / Cystadenocarcinoma

8. Hemangioma I — Typical Small

9. Hemangioma II — Typical Medium-Sized with Description of Pathology

10. Hemangioma III — Typical Giant

11. Hemangioma IV — Giant Type with a Large Central Scar

12. Hemangioma V — Atypical, Flash-Filling with Perilesional Enhancement

13. Hemangioma VI — Multiple with Perilesional Enhancement

14. Hemorrhage

15. Hemorrhage — Within a Solid Tumor

16. Mucinous Metastasis — Mimicking an Hemangioma

Part II. Solid Liver Lesions

17. Colorectal Metastases I — Typical Lesion

18. Colorectal Metastases II — Typical Multiple Lesions

19. Colorectal Metastases III — Metastasis Versus Cyst

20. Colorectal Metastases IV — Metastasis Versus Hemangiomas

21. Liver Metastases V — Large, Mucinous, Mimicking a Primary Liver Lesion

22. Colorectal Metastases VI — with Portal Vein and Bile Duct Encasement

23. Colorectal Metastases VII — Recurrent Disease Versus RFA Defect

24. Breast Carcinoma Liver Metastases

25. Kahler’s Disease (Multiple Myeloma) Liver Metastases

26. Melanoma Liver Metastases I — Focal Type

27. Melanoma Liver Metastases II — Diffuse Type

28. Neuroendocrine Tumor I — Typical Liver Metastases

29. Neuroendocrine Tumor II — Pancreas Tumor Metastases

30. Neuroendocrine Tumor III — Gastrinoma Liver Metastases

31. Neuroendocrine Tumor IV — Carcinoid Tumor Liver Metastases

32. Neuroendocrine Tumor V — Peritoneal Spread

33. Ovarian Tumor Liver Metastases — Mimicking Giant Hemangioma

34. Renal Cell Carcinoma Liver Metastasis

35. Cirrhosis I — Liver Morphology

36. Cirrhosis II — Regenerative Nodules and Confluent Fibrosis

37. Cirrhosis III — Dysplastic Nodules

38. Cirrhosis IV — Dysplastic Nodules — HCC Transition

39. Cirrhosis V — Cyst in a Cirrhotic Liver

40. Cirrhosis VI — Multiple Cysts in a Cirrhotic Liver

41. Cirrhosis VII — Hemangioma in a Cirrhotic Liver

42. HCC in Cirrhosis I — Typical Small with Pathologic Correlation

43. HCC in Cirrhosis II — Small With and Without a Tumor Capsule

44. HCC in Cirrhosis III — Nodule-in-Nodule Appearance

45. HCC in Cirrhosis IV — Mosaic Pattern with Pathologic Correlation

46. HCC in Cirrhosis V — Typical Large with Mosaic and Capsule

47. HCC in Cirrhosis VI — Mosaic Pattern with Fatty Infiltration

48. HCC in Cirrhosis VII — Large Growing Lesion with Portal Invasion

49. HCC in Cirrhosis VIII — Segmental Diffuse with Portal Vein Thrombosis

50. HCC in Cirrhosis IX — Multiple Lesions Growing on Follow-up

51. HCC in Cirrhosis X — Capsular Retraction and Suspected Diaphragm Invasion

52. HCC in Cirrhosis XI — Diffuse Within the Entire Liver with Portal Vein Thrombosis

53. HCC in Cirrhosis XII — With Intrahepatic Bile Duct Dilatation

54. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia I — Typical with Large Central Scar and Septa

55. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia II — Typical with Pathologic Correlation

56. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia III — Typical with Follow-up Examination

57. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia IV — Multiple FNH Syndrome

58. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia V — Fatty FNH with Concurrent Fatty Adenoma

59. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia VI — Atypical with T2 Dark Central Scar

60. Hepatic Angiomyolipoma — MR-CT Comparison

61. Hepatic Lipoma — MR-CT-US Comparison

62. Hepatocellular Adenoma I — Typical with Pathologic Correlation

63. Hepatocellular Adenoma II — Large Exophytic with Pathologic Correlation

64. Hepatocellular Adenoma III — Typical Fat-Containing

65. Hepatocellular Adenoma IV — With Large Hemorrhage

66. Hepatocellular Adenoma V — Multiple in Fatty Liver (Non-OC-Dependent)

67. Hepatocellular Adenoma VI — Multiple in Fatty Liver (OC-Dependent)

68. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver I — Small with MR-Pathologic Correlation

69. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver II — Large with MR-Pathologic Correlation

70. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver III — Large Lesion with Inconclusive CT

71. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver IV — Cholangiocellular or Combined Type

72. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver V — Central Scar and Capsule Rupture

73. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver VI — Capsule with Pathologic Correlation

74. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver VII — Very Large with Pathologic Correlation

75. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver VIII — Vascular Invasion and Satellite Nodules

76. HCC in Non-Cirrhotic Liver IX — Adenoma-Like HCC with Pathologic Correlation

77. Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma — With Pathologic Correlation

78. Telangiectatic Hepatocellular Lesion

Part III. Diffuse (Depositional) Liver Diseases

79. Focal Fatty Infiltration Mimicking Metastases

80. Focal Fatty Sparing Mimicking Liver Lesions

81. Hemosiderosis — Iron Deposition, Acquired Type

82. Hemochromatosis — Severe Type

83. Hemochromatosis with Solitary HCC

84. Hemochromatosis with Multiple HCC

85. Thalassemia with Iron Deposition

Part IV. Vascular Liver Lesions

86. Arterioportal Shunt I — Early Enhancing Lesion in a Cirrhotic Liver

87. Arterioportal Shunt II — Early Enhancing Lesion in a Non-Cirrhotic Liver

88. Budd-Chiari Syndrome I — Abnormal Enhancement and Intrahepatic Collaterals

89. Budd-Chiari Syndrome II — Gradual Deformation of the Liver

90. Budd-Chiari Syndrome III — Nodules Mimicking Malignancy

91. Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia or Rendu-Osler-Weber Disease

Part V. Biliary Tree Abnormalities

92. Caroli’s Disease I — Intrahepatic with Segmental Changes

93. Caroli’s Disease II — Involvement of the Liver and Kidneys

94. Cholelithiasis (Gallstones)

95. Choledocholithiasis (Bile Duct Stones)

96. Gallbladder Carcinoma I — Versus Gallbladder Wall Edema

97. Gallbladder Carcinoma II — Hepatoid Type of Adenocarcinoma

98. Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma I — Typical

99. Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma II — Intrahepatic Mass

100. Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma III — Partially Extrahepatic Tumor

101. Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma IV — Metal Stent with Interval Growth

102. Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma V — Biliary Dilatation Mimicking Klatskin Tumor at CT

103. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis I — Cholangitis and Segmental Atrophy

104. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis II — With Intrahepatic Cholestasis

105. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis III — With Intrahepatic Stones

106. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis IV — With Biliary Cirrhosis

107. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis V — With Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma

108. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis VI — With Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma

Part VI. Differential Diagnosis

109. T2 Bright Liver Lesions

110. T1 Bright Liver Lesions

111. T2 Bright Central Scar

112. Lesions in Fatty Liver

Part VII. Appendices

113. Appendix I: MR Imaging Technique and Protocol

114. Appendix II: Liver Segmental and Vascular Anatomy


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