Fibrohistiocytic inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver

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A subtype of inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver characterized by a benign well-circumscribed tumor with fibrohistiocytic infiltration (including xanthogranulomatous inflammation multinucleated giant cells and neutrophilic infiltration) typically localized in the peripheral hepatic parenchyma. Presentation may be of non-specific symptoms (fever malaise and abdominal pain) or as an incidental finding.

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