- Tumor of vascular origin
- Adult women
- Consists of epithelioid endothelial cells
- Occasionally contains punctate calcification
- Multiple peripheral nodules that coalesce, cause capsular retraction, with compensatory hypertrophy of uninvolved liver segments
- Can cause hepatic vein occlusion
- CT: multiple peripheral heterogeneous areas of low attenuation. Enhancement of rim of nodules with low attenuation halo outside ring of enhancement
- US: solid lesions with low reflectivity
- MRI: low T1, moderate high T2
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