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CASE 6:

Ultrasound examination of the right liver lobe revealed two adjacent, hypoechoic, well defined masses. The size of the masses were 2,6cm and 1,3cm respectively. Both masses had hypoechoic halo around which made the masses easily distinguishable from surrounding liver parenchyma. The rest of the liver parenchyma was normal.  

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ANSWER:

Hepatic Metastases

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