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A Case of a Spontaneous Disappeared Giant Liver Hemangioma and its Literature Review

Hepatic hemangioma is the most common benign tumor of the liver. It is reported that the change of hemangioma may be related to VEGF. In our case, a 62-year-old male patient, who had a 20 years history of HBV, was diagnosed as giant liver hemangioma (102 mm × 73 mm) 17 years ago and did not receive any review and treatment before admission. After admission, CT showed liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Compared with the CT of 17 years ago, the giant hemangioma disappeared completely. To date, the giant liver hemangioma, which had spontaneously disappeared without treatment, has not been reported.


Kefeng Jia, Changlu Yu*, Cheng Sun and Yujuan Han

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