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Parasitic), or traumatic. In this section only developmental cysts will be reviewed. Hepatic cysts are usually unilocular and can be solitary or multiple. The cyst wall is 1 mm or less in thickness and usually lined by a simple layer of cuboidal epithelium or, less commonly, squamous or columnar epithelium. The adjacent liver tissue is normal, without fibrosis or inflammation (CRAIG et al. 1989). Hepatic cysts are reported to be present in between 5% and 14% of the population, with a higher prevalence in women (CRAIG et al.

However, this distinction is clinically regenerative nodules (RABINOWITZ et al. 1974). On unimportant and additional information, if needed, MR images, macro regenerative nodules may appear can be obtained by ultrasonography. as low signal intensity nodules on T2-weighted images. 7 ponsible for this imaging appearance (ITAI et al. Mesenchymal Tumors and 1987; MATSUI et al. 1989). , parasitic), or traumatic. In this section only developmental cysts will be reviewed. Hepatic cysts are usually unilocular and can be solitary or multiple.

In Southeast Asia, Africa, and Japan, the incidence is 5%-20%, the peak age is in the 3rd and 4th decades, and the male-to-female ratio is 5: l. The 5-year survival is less than 30%, the resectability rate is 17%, and the average survival time after diagnosis is 6 months. HCC develops in 12% of patients with chronic hepatitis B or C and in only 5% of patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis. The FLHCC subtype of HCC has a 5-year survival rate of 63%, a resectability rate of 48%, and an average survival time after diagnosis of 32 months.

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