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    57 Possible Causes for Liver Hamartoma in USA

    • Tuberous Sclerosis
      Liver Hamartoma
    • Mesenchymal Hamartoma of the Liver

      Thus, it is extremely rare to encounter liver hamartoma in adults.[] This report details the clinical presentation and surgical management of a 24-year-old woman with a rapidly growing liver hamartoma.[] Case Reports Received: 26 October 1994 Accepted: 05 January 1996 Abstract Liver hamartoma is a rare type of benign tumor which usually occurs in the first few years of life[]

    • Precalcaneal Congenital Fibrolipomatous Hamartoma

      Tuberous Sclerosis Liver Hamartoma Liver Cirrhosis Alcoholic Liver Disease Liver Metastasis Liver Neoplasm Breast Hamartoma Liver Failure Liver Hemangioma Toxic Liver Disease[] Hamartoma Hypothalamic Hamartoma Lingual Hamartoma Lingual Hamartomas Liver Abscess Liver Cirrhosis Liver Disease Liver Dysfunction Liver Failure Liver Fibrosis Liver Hemangioma[] Similar symptoms Angiosarcoma of the Liver Basaloid Follicular Hamartomas Bilateral Renal Hamartomas Breast Hamartoma Cholestatic Liver Disease Chronic Liver Disease Fatty Liver[]

    • Hamartoma of the Central Nervous System

      […] understood despite much genetic and cellular molecular analysis, although the lesions are considered to be developmental hamartomas [4] [5] Tuberous Sclerosis Hamartoma Liver[] Hamartoma Up to 80% of retinal hamartomas are visible via fundoscopy. … Renal hamartomas can be monitored with urinalysis and an electrolyte test. … Mutations in those two[]

    • Subungual Fibroma

      Family History of Epilepsy Family History of Mental Retardation Flank Pain Gingival Fibroma Grand Mal Epilepsy Gynecomastia Hamartoma Headache Hematuria Learning Disabilities Liver[] Hamartoma Liver Ultrasound Abnormal Lung Hamartoma Mental Deterioration Mental Retardation Miliary Infiltrate of the Lung Multiple Renal Cysts Muscle Twitch Nausea Nocturnal[]

    • Mazabraud Syndrome

      Cortical tubers, Subependymal nodules, white matter hamartomas, adenoma sebaceum, hypomelanotic macules (80-100%) Retinal hamartoma, Renal Angiomyolipoma, Cardiac Rhabdomyoma, Liver[] hamartoma, Rectal polyps (50%) Shagreen patch, Forehead plaques, Subungual fibroma, Retinal giant cell tumor, Hypopigmented iris spot (20-40%) SEGA (5-20%) Eosinophilic syndromes[]

    • Moyamoya Disease with Early-Onset Achalasia

      (DNB Dec 2012) A Caroli's disease B Primary sclerosing cholangitis C Polycystic liver disease D Liver hamartoma.[] hamartoma Gold standard investigation for recurrent gastrointensinal stromal tumour is : On abdominal ultrasound gall bladder shows diffuse wall thickening with hyperechoic[] Dextran C Tc 99 Albumin D In 111 Transferrin Central Dot sign is seen in (DNB June 2012) A Caroli’s Disease B Polycystic liver disease C Primary sclerosing cholangitis D Liver[]

    • Multiple Hamartoma Syndrome

      Mesenchymal liver hamartomas are benign tumors that can cause life-threatening abdominal distension and carry a risk for malignant transformation.[] In this case report, we describe a 13-month-old male with Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome (BWS) who presented with multiple mesenchymal liver hamartomas causing severe intra-abdominal[]

    • Focal Nodular Hyperplasia

      Benson CD, Penberthy GC (1942) Surgical excision of primary tumor of liver (hamartoma) in infant 7 months old with recovery.[]

    • Teratoma of the Brain

      Ultrasonographic diagnosis of a fetal abdominal mass: a case of a mesenchymal liver hamartoma and a review of the literature.[]

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