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Figure 3 (A-C): Regressing FNH in a 54-year-old female. Arterial-phase image of gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (A) shows a homogeneously enhancing mass (arrow), with a central nonenhancing scar. The mass measures 4.2 cm in its maximum dimension. Thirty-six-month follow-up dimeglumine-enhanced MRI in the arterial phase (B) shows an interval decrease in the size of the mass (arrow) to 3.4 cm. The mass (arrow) is isointense relative to the liver in the hepatobiliary-specific phase (2-h delay) (C), with a central nonenhancing scar; the appearance is consistent with FNH

Figure 3 (A-C): Regressing FNH in a 54-year-old female. Arterial-phase image of gadobenate dimeglumine-enhanced MRI (A) shows a homogeneously enhancing mass (arrow), with a central nonenhancing scar. The mass measures 4.2 cm in its maximum dimension. Thirty-six-month follow-up dimeglumine-enhanced MRI in the arterial phase (B) shows an interval decrease in the size of the mass (arrow) to 3.4 cm. The mass (arrow) is isointense relative to the liver in the hepatobiliary-specific phase (2-h delay) (C), with a central nonenhancing scar; the appearance is consistent with FNH