Hepatic Cystadenomas

Hepatic (biliary) cystadenomas are uncommon multinodular cystic tumors of the liver that are gotten from the biliary epithelium and are transcendently situated in the correct hepatic flap. These tumors as a rule include the hepatic parenchyma (around 85% of cases) and infrequently the extrahepatic biliary tract. Hepatic cystic injuries were once thought to be moderately extraordinary; be that as it may, they are being determined all the more regularly to have the proceeded with headway and improved access of patients to cross-sectional imaging.

Two types of hepatic cystadenomas are described pathologically


  • Mucinous

  • Serous


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