CT

4-phase CT liver

On non-contrast C...
non-contrast
On non-contrast CT, the liver is of diffusely increased density. The hepatic vasculature and biliary tree appear conspicuous due to their relative hypodensity. The density of spleen and pancreas appear normal. The lesion seen on ultrasound appears as a mass hypodense relative to liver parenchyma.
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ There are several causes for increased hepatic attenuation on CT. In this case, the differentiating feature of primary haemochromatosis is the inc...”

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