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Benign tumor of the liver (FNH-Focal Nodular Hyperplasia)

FNH, focal nodular hyperplasia is a benign, mostly accidentally discovered liver alteration, which does not require surgical intervention at first discovery. It is more common among young women. It rarely causes symptoms, medical screening for it is recommended every 6 months-every year in order to follow the possible changes or growing.
In the detection of FNH one of the most effective methods is static liver scintigraphy and biliary SPECT-CT (FNH detection combined with SPECT-CT).



Static liver scintigraphy

Examination of bile ducts