ABSTRACT: Hepatic haemangiomas with fluid-fluid levels are known to be rare with only five cases reported in the English literature. According to the previous reports, the presence of fluid-fluid level could attribute to the separation of blood cells and serous fluid because of the extremely slow flow in cavernous haemangioma of the liver. We describe the imaging features of multiple hepatic haemangiomas with fluid-fluid levels, which was pathologically proven with ultrasonography guided biopsy.
Australasian Radiology 01/2008; 51 Suppl:B310-2. · 0.51 Impact Factor