- •Pseudolipomas of Glisson’s capsule are benign lesions composed of fat, likely derived from a dislodged epiploic appendage.
- •Pseudolipomas of Glisson’s capsule can migrate in the subcapsular location, unlike metastasis, which can be subcapsular but in a fixed location.
Abbreviations:CBC (Complete Blood Count), CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel), UA (Urinalysis), CT (Computed Tomography), CECT (Contrast Enhanced CT), PET (Positron Emission Tomography), PGC (Pseudolipoma of Glisson's Capsule), HU (Hounsfield Units)
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