CT abdomen with contrast the suspect multiple hepatic nodules (hemangioma ??)

CT whole abdomen with contrast 
Clinical: multiple hepatic nodules (hemangioma ??) 


Cast:
Contrast iv abdomen 4 phase
Contrast water before inspection
hepatic:
normal size, regular surface, the acute angle, inhomogen parenchyma with slightly hypodense area does not expressly limit the right lobe of the liver, invisible nodules on the liver parenchyma with a pattern of "filling-in centripetal enhancement". There seemed vascular dilation, vascular thrombus invisible.
Biliary duct:
Intra-extrahepatal not widened.
Bladder fellea:
normal size, regular thin walls, invisible to the masses / rock.
Pancreas :
Normal size, regular surface, homogeneous parenchyma, calcification invisible, invisible to the widening of the pancreatic duct.
Right kidney left:
The size, shape and normal axis. Regular surface, homogeneous parenchyma, invisible to the thinning of the cortex, kortikomedulare clear boundaries. There seemed widening PCS and ureter. Invisible stones in the kidney and ureter contour.
Lien:
Normal size, homogeneous parenchyma, vascular dilation invisible.
Bladder:
Filled enough urine. The walls are not thickened. Invisible stone.
prostate:
Normal size and shape. Parenchyma homogeneous. Invisible masses / calcifications.
There seemed abnormal luminal narrowing and thickening of the bowel wall loops.
There seemed ascites and pleural effusion
impression:
- Invisible nodules with pattern "filling-in centripetal enhancement" suspicious a hepatic hemangioma on MSCT examination today.
- Area slightly hypodense not expressly limit the right lobe of the liver, may be a focal fatty infiltration.
- Other intra-abdominal organs are within normal limits.
ct abdomen turned out after the results are normal, the absence of hemangioma
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