Focal nodular hyperplasia
of the liver: a comprehensive pathologic study of 305 lesions and recognition of new histological forms.
Multiple focal nodular hyperplasia
of the liver associated with vascular malformation of various organs and neoplasia of the brain: A new syndrome.
Atypical focal nodular hyperplasia
of the liver: Imaging features of nonspecific and liver-specific MR contrast agents.
4% of lesions diagnosed as focal nodular hyperplasia
and demonstrate a mean age at presentation of 38 years and a sex predilection with an 8:1 female to male ratio.
Based on the CT findings, the possibility of an atypical hepatic adenoma or focal nodular hyperplasia
was initially considered but was considered unlikely.
25] Focal nodular hyperplasia
has a female predominance in most studies.
Therefore, on some occasions, a questionable focal nodular hyperplasia
may be confirmed on ferumoxides-enhanced MR (Figure 6).