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Liver metastasis of medullary carcinoma of thyroid gland 64y

A male patient, 64 years old, underwent surgery for medullary thyroid cancer in the past. He also had a laparoscopic intervention of liver metastasis which was pathohistologically confirmed. AFTER the treatment, which took 11 months, the patient underwent an MRI scan of the abdomen to assess the response to applied therapy. On this MRI scan utilising T2 HASTE (T2 weighted half-Fourier single-shot turbo spin-echo) axial tomogram, the liver has a regular configuration, irregular parenchymal structure, lobular margins, post-therapy modified with zones of altered signal intensity subcapsularly at the level of IIs, VIIIs, IVs and VIs VI. The irregular zones described are non-restrictive diffusions as areas of perfusion imbalance. MRI examination indicates a good post-therapeutic response because they are visibly reduced secondary deposits by number and size, without clearly visible newly formed lesions. The already described, post-therapy altered secondary deposit persists in IIs of size 12 mm with discrete edge postcontrast amplification of signal intensity.

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