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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.4 Spleen
Case 1.4.4 Miscellaneous benign lesions of the spleen


Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications
Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications with hyperechoic structures causing acoustic shadowing
Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications
Calcifications:
Splenic calcification with a hyperechoic structure causing acoustic shadowing
Incidentalomas:
Benign splenic lesion in an asymptomatic patient with a liver hemangioma probably a splenoma or atypical hemangioma
Incidentalomas:
Benign hypoechoic lesion in an asymptomatic patient splenoma or atypical hemangioma
Vascular lesions:
Splenic aneurysm
Benign splenic enlargement:
Splenic and lymphe node enlargement in a patient with infectious mononucleosis
Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications
Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications with hyperechoic structures causing acoustic shadowing
Calcifications:
Splenic calcifications
Calcifications:
Splenic calcification with a hyperechoic structure causing acoustic shadowing
Incidentalomas:
Benign splenic lesion in an asymptomatic patient with a liver hemangioma probably a splenoma or atypical hemangioma
Incidentalomas:
Benign hypoechoic lesion in an asymptomatic patient splenoma or atypical hemangioma
Vascular lesions:
Splenic aneurysm
Benign splenic enlargement:
Splenic and lymphe node enlargement in a patient with infectious mononucleosis
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