Case Report
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World J Gastrointest Oncol. Dec 15, 2022; 14(12): 2415-2421
Published online Dec 15, 2022. doi: 10.4251/wjgo.v14.i12.2415
Table 1 Characteristics of hepatic hemangioblastoma reported in three papers
Age (yr)
Size (cm2)
First or preoperative diagnosis
Other parts
1Female42Left and right liver1.5 × 1.5 (largest)A central hypoechoic solid massEnlarged liver with multiple nodules, some of which have necrosis or bleeding within themNo abnormalities in the kidneys and other abdominal organsYes/Cerebellum, cervical spine
2Female39The right lobe of the liver9 × 11Solid hyperechoic mass with a hypoechoic central portionHypodense lesion, significant peripheral enhancement, and incomplete filling inward after enhancementEarly stage with obvious vascularization and extensive tumor redness involving almost the whole liverYesA giant cavernous hemangiomaCerebellum, cervical medulla, lung
3Male30The right lobe of the liver/Two hypoechoic solid masses with simple cysts in the kidneys and pancreasProgressively enhanced liver and mesenteric mass with collateral veins, and pancreatic cystsRichly vascularized and supplied by the right hepatic and right renal perineural arteries and collateral veinsYesMetastases from hepatic and mesenteric hemangioblastoma or renal cell carcinomaMesentery, retina, cerebellum, and spinal cord