Case Report

Successful Resection of Multifocal Hepatic Adenoma During Pregnancy

Authors: MICHAEL A. HILL MD, THOMAS ALBERT MD, ARTHUR ZIESKE MD, EDWARD A. LEVINE MD

Abstract

ABSTRACT: Hepatic adenoma is an unusual complication of pregnancy. Most of these lesions are solitary and associated with hormonal contraceptives. We believe ours is the first case of successful resection of multifocal hepatic adenoma during pregnancy in a patient with no history of oral contraceptive use.

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