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I had a cat scan and my doctor said they found a mark on my liver. What can these be?

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Dr. Eric Goodman
26 years experience in Radiology
Benign lesions: Incidental marks/spots on the liver are commonly seen on ct scans. Spots under 2 cm are almost always benign unless there is a known history of cancer or chronic liver disease. The most common spot is a cyst. Cyst is a benign collection fluid.
Answered on Sep 7, 2013

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