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Figure 1 (A-E): Charicteristic imaging findings of FNH in a 47 year-old female. Axial T1W gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (A) shows a slightly hypointense mass (arrow) relative to the liver. The T2W MRI (B) shows the mass isointense (arrow) with the adjacent liver parenchyma. Arterial-phase gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (C) shows a homogenously enhancing mass (arrow). Portal venous phase MRI (D) shows the mass (arrow) to be mildly hyperintense relative to the liver with no wash-out. The mass (arrow) becomes isointense to the background liver in the hepatobiliary-specific phase (2-h delay) (E). These findings are consistent with FNH

Figure 1 (A-E): Charicteristic imaging findings of FNH in a 47 year-old female. Axial T1W gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (A) shows a slightly hypointense mass (arrow) relative to the liver. The T2W MRI (B) shows the mass isointense (arrow) with the adjacent liver parenchyma. Arterial-phase gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (C) shows a homogenously enhancing mass (arrow). Portal venous phase MRI (D) shows the mass (arrow) to be mildly hyperintense relative to the liver with no wash-out. The mass (arrow) becomes isointense to the background liver in the hepatobiliary-specific phase (2-h delay) (E). These findings are consistent with FNH