Check out our new case just published on the Partners ID Images website.
A man was seen in an outpatient clinic because of chronic thrombocytopenia and a liver mass noted incidentally on imaging studies. Computed tomography with intravenous contrast revealed internal thick septations and partial peripheral calcification in a mass lesion (6.5cm by 9.5cm by 8.5cm), and a smaller lesion (4cm by 3cm by 3cm) with multiple central coarse calcifications, with no enhancement . Testing for echinococcus IgG was negative.
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