I'd like to ask what's going on. It's canceration and living tumor. My mother's examination results are very anxious and worried about her. I want to ask this,
From your B-ultrasound examination results, it is suggested that the abnormal enhancement focus in the right posterior lobe of the liver is considered to be arteriovenous malformation. Arteriovenous malformation is a congenital development problem, not canceration or malignant disease. In this case, it is recommended to make CT further clear diagnosis and more accurate judgment. From this result, it is not canceration
If there are some abnormal enhancement foci in the liver, it may be the symptom of hepatic venous malformation. In this case, if the clinical symptoms do not have obvious characteristics, it generally does not need treatment. Regular review is OK, and it can be considered if necessary. This disease is not a cancer disease and does not require excessive tension.
Color Doppler ultrasound of liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen suggests to consider the possibility of arteriovenous malformation or the early manifestation of liver cyst. In this case, it is necessary to pay attention to regular reexamination and CT or MRI if necessary to further help clarify the diagnosis. For specific needs, listen to the opinions of clinicians. Online diagnosis and treatment is only for reference