So I had a CT of my chest yesterday which included the upper part of my liver.
Small Hiatal Hernia and/or gastroesophageal reflux not excluded. At least 2 hepatic hypervascular foci noted measuring approximately 9mm in the left hepatic lobe near the dome, while the larger in the posterior right hepatic lobe is peripheral and somewhat wedge-shape measuring 1.7 x 1.5cm. May represent small adenomas in a patient of this age with other possibilities as transient hepatic attenuation defects an small focal nodular hyperplasia not excluded.
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