Please select the patient's gender to begin.
Chronic liver disease includes chronic hepatitis B, with or without cirrhosis. Chronic hepatitis B is defined by the AASLD
to include Asian male carriers > 40 years old, Asian female carriers > 50 years old. Additional clinical factors
that would indicate a higher risk of HCC include family history of HCC, and Africa/North American black individuals.
Chronic intrahepatic biliary disease includes but is not limited to that due to primary sclerosing cholangitis, recurrent pyogenic
cholangitis, and liver flukes.
Hypervascular primary malignancies include but are not limited to RCC, neuroendocrine tumor, melanoma,
choriocarcinoma, thyroid carcinoma.
Please specify all clinical data in order to enable modality selection. Selecting the modality
will enable selection of relevant imaging features.
Some options may be disabled depending on
your specified clinical data (e.g., we only consider threshold growth and the presence of a pseudocapsule relevant for
patients with known cirrhosis).
Please choose a modality to enable selection of ancillary features.