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VMCs Are Common, Often Incidentally Seen Benign Entity


Background: Von Meyenburg complexes (VMCs), or biliary hamartomas, are small cystic lesions in the liver. They are usually incidentally found and of no significant clinical consequence. Objective: To describe VMC pathology, their imaging findings across multiple modalities, and any relationship to other diseases. Pathogenesis: Von Meyenburg complexes are in the class of ductal plate malformations, also including polycystic liver disease and Caroli disease. Intrahepatic bile ducts t more...
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