Case list for Hamartoma, mesenchymal
There are 3 CT cases with this diagnosis.
Ultrasound (not shown) had revealed a cystic mass. Large, predominantly cystic mass within the abdomen is intimately associated with the liver and displaces the majority of the bowel towards the left. The border of the mass is somewhat irregular and there is suggestion of internal septations. The mass is centered in the left abdomen but extends inferiorly into the pelvis.
Large multilobulated complex cystic mass in the right aspect of the abdomen, extending across midline to the left side along mid abdomen. There are numerous internal septations, which are better appreciated on prior ultrasound. The superior portion of the mass interfaces with the mid portion of the liver less distinctly, indicating hepatic origin.