During the physical examination and color Doppler ultrasound, the doctor said that it seemed that there might be fat or hemangioma in the left inner lobe. I went for an MRI. Results: fatty liver. What is the meaning of the weak enhancement area of the marginal patch of the left inner lobe of the liver, which is considered to be the change of the attachment of the sickle ligament?
The sickle ligament is mainly the ligament of the liver. Generally, it is a heavy slightly fan-shaped ligament on the diaphragmatic surface of the liver. The change of the attachment of the sickle ligament is mainly the description of the image. It may not be anything, but an overlapping shadow. It may also be caused by fatty liver, hemangioma, gallbladder polyps and other problems
When there are changes in the attachment of the sickle ligament in the liver test, most of them have some symptoms of local liver steatosis or changes in density. For example, with fatty liver or hemangioma and other related diseases, there may be such imaging manifestations
According to your ball, it's because I'm responsible for changing this. It's possible that there will be a certain relationship between lipoma and lipoma. It needs to be treated according to the examination results. If there is a hemangioma, it needs surgery for treatment, body adjustment and physical immunity enhancement, which will also be helpful to the recovery of the disease