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What is homogenous liver?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 45 years experience
No bumps / lumps: Or other odd-looking lesions. If this is the result of your imaging study, it's probably good news. On imaging, liver should have no obvious texture, any more than you can see from a distance when it's calf liver on a plate for dinner.
Dr. Charles Hendricks
General Surgery 39 years experience
Normal: This is a radiological term meaning that it looks similar throughout the whole substance, without any unusual spots or areas. Pat yourself on the back and keep doing what you are. If there are other problem at least the liver is probably not the cause.

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Is your liver supposed to be homogenous?

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Dr. Keshab Paudel
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Yes: If this is not homogenous, then I might indicate some issues. Did you get any ultrasound? Please see a doctor.

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