By Christopher D. M. Fletcher, Philip H. McKee
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Occasionally hepatomas may display a diffuse micronodular infiltrative appearance wh'lch may be difficult to distinguish macro scopically from cirrhosis . The aetiological factors and proqnosis of hepatoma are identical , irrespective of the gross appearance. Fig_4_20 Angiosarcoma of liver. The hepatic parenchyma is largely replaced by a diffuse haemorrhagic neoplasm in which multiple small vascular channels are visible. Hepatic angiosarcoma is rare and may arise either in infants or, more usually, in adults.
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Alcohol abuse is the commonest cause in the Western World but, on a global scale, malnutrition is probably the single most important factor. 13 Causes of cirrhosis. 10-15% of cases remain idiopathic . - . 15 Macronodular cirrhosis. This close-lip Vi" surface of the liver to be composed of large (>:lrlllll). I varying size, each separated by dense fibrous 1,111" II' macronodular pattern is a feature of post-viral (11' :lIlI lI v cirrhosis and Wilson's disease. Note, however, 111111' " ' livers show a mixed pattern, irrespective of aetiolnl IV : ....
An Atlas of Gross Pathology by Christopher D. M. Fletcher, Philip H. McKee