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  West African Journal of Radiology
 

Figure 7: A 58-year-old case of chronic parenchymal liver disease. Ultrasound shows iso to hyperechoic lesion in the left lobe of the liver in the subcapsular region (open white arrow, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound is done targeting the lesion showing peripheral nodular enhancement in arterial phase at 20 s after contrast injection (open arrow, b), gradual centripetal filling in venous phase at 85 (open arrow, c), and near-complete enhancement after 232 s (open arrow, d). The lesion was confirmed as hemangioma and is on follow-up. AFP was normal, and there was no e/o diffusion restriction with mean apparent diffusion coefficient value 1.6 × 10−3 mm2/s

Figure 7: A 58-year-old case of chronic parenchymal liver disease. Ultrasound shows iso to hyperechoic lesion in the left lobe of the liver in the subcapsular region (open white arrow, a). Contrast-enhanced ultrasound is done targeting the lesion showing peripheral nodular enhancement in arterial phase at 20 s after contrast injection (open arrow, b), gradual centripetal filling in venous phase at 85 (open arrow, c), and near-complete enhancement after 232 s (open arrow, d). The lesion was confirmed as hemangioma and is on follow-up. AFP was normal, and there was no e/o diffusion restriction with mean apparent diffusion coefficient value 1.6 × 10<sup>−3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s