27 October 2022>: Articles
Successful Right Hepatectomy for Recurrent Liver Tumor Originating from an Inferior Vena Cava Leiomyosarcoma: A Follow-Up Case Report
Unusual or unexpected effect of treatment, Rare diseaseAtsushi Nanashima A* , Hiroki Takamori B , Naoya Imamura B , Koji Furukawa F , Masahide Hiyoshi D , Takeomi Hamada D , Koichi Yano B , Yuuki Tsuchimochi B , Toshiyuki Kamoto E
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e938009
Figure 2. Image findings of tumor recurrence at 31 months after the first operation. (A) Axial and (B) coronal views of enhanced computed tomography images in the venous phase show a solitary, low-density, mass lesion 2.5 cm in size that was observed in the liver parenchyma adjacent to the right hepatic vein, middle hepatic vein, and the stump of the vena cava (black arrow). (C) Gadoxetate sodium-enhanced magnetic resonance image shows a partially hypervascular liver mass in the arterial phase (black arrow). (D) Positron emission tomography shows an accumulation of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose in the tumor lesion.