POCUS Exam for Liver Mass
A 52-year-old male patient underwent a POCUS exam to rule out gallstones. The gallbladder showed normal distension and the wall was not thickened. No pericholecystic fluid was seen. No evidence of gallstone or sludge was seen within the lumen of the gallbladder. An anechoic well defined circular cystic lesion was seen within the liver parenchyma. What is the most likely diagnosis?
What is the diagnosis?
A. Liver hemangioma
B. Anechoic free fluid in the Morison’s pouch
C. Dilated hepatic vein
D. Simple cyst of the liver
Answer: D, Simple cyst of the liver