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Hepatic adenoma

Hepatic adenoma, also known as hepatocellular adenoma (HCA), is a rare benign tumor of the liver. The reason may be related to the increase in the use of contraceptives. The incidence rate of the disease was reported to be 3~4 000 /1, while the incidence rate of the disease was only 1/100 million in women who did not take contraceptive pills or take contraceptives for 2 years. Hepatic adenoma can be single or multiple, while biliary cystadenoma can become malignant.

Symptoms

Hepatic cavernous hemangioma

Liver thyroid syndrome

Hepatic myelopathy

Gardner syndrome

Liver tuberculosis

Hepatic hydatid cyst

Hepatomegaly

Hepatorenal syndrome

Liver blood deficiency syndrome

Liver injury

Post hepatitis syndrome

Extrahepatic bile duct injury

Hepatitis double infection

Disharmony between liver and stomach

Hepatic fibrosis

Cirrhotic male hyposexual syndrome

Cirrhotic renal damage

Hepatic amyloidosis

Focal nodular hyperplasia of liver

Mental disorders associated with hepatolenticular degeneration

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