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January 14, 2011

Top news from a featured radiology search on SearchMedica: hepatocellular carcinoma - "Contrast-enhanced ultrasound for characterisation of hepatic lesions appearing non-hypervascular on CT in chronic liver diseases"

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Contrast-enhanced ultrasound for characterisation of hepatic lesions appearing non-hypervascular on CT in chronic liver diseasesBritish Journal of Radiology | Jan 11, 2011

In patients with chronic liver disease, hepatic lesions that are hypervascular on ultrasound enhanced with perflubutane microbubble agent (Sonazoid) are likely to be hepatocellular carcinoma whether or not they appear hypervascular on CT, according to a new study from Japan.