Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, ISSN - 0973 - 709X

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Case report
Table of Contents - Year : 2017 | Month : October | Volume : 11 | Issue : 10 | Page : PD10 - PD12

Adult Solid Hepatic Mesenchymal Hamartoma Masquerading as Malignancy PD10-PD12

Gunjan Desai, Prasad Pande, Chandralekha Tampi, Dattaprasanna Kulkarni

Correspondence
Dr. Gunjan Desai,
Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai-400050, Maharashtra, India.
E-mail: dsshlsh@gmail.com

Solid Hepatic Mesenchymal Hamartoma (HMH) rarely occurs in adults. We report two cases of solid adult HMH. A 62-year-old female with right upper abdominal pain on Computed Tomography (CT) scan revealed a well defined heterogeneously enhancing solid mass lesion in segment VII of liver along with non-enhancing central necrotic areas. Percutaneous biopsy and intraoperative frozen section were inconclusive and conventional right hepatectomy was done. Final histopathology was solid HMH. Another 63-year-old female with right upper abdominal pain had cirrhotic liver, choledocholithiases, cholelithiases, mild ascites and a right lobe lesion with calcifications on CT scan. Ultrasound guided biopsy showed fibrocollagenous tissue. She was operated for a right hepatectomy and choledochoduodenostomy. Final histopathology revealed solid HMH. Though solid adult HMH is rare, it should be considered in differential diagnosis of solid/cystic/focal or multifocal liver lesions and surgical resection to negative margins is the treatment of choice.