Inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver
A rare benign liver tumor characterized by a prominent inflammatory infiltrate and often mimicking a malignant liver neoplasm. The tumor is frequently solitary with a predilection for the right lobe; however multiple lesions are possible. There are two clinicopathological subtypes: fibrohistiocytic inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver and lymphoplasmacytic inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver. Patients present with non-specific clinical symptoms such as abdominal pain or discomfort fever and weight loss. The condition may be associated with other chronic inflammatory or autoimmune diseases.
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