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There is no need to worry.
The lesion could be either FNH or adenoma as your doctor said.
Since it is in an inaccessible area for biopsy, you can get a serum alpha fetoprotein test. If it is within normal limits, then it is most likely to be benign only and you can have a follow up ultrasound scan every 3-6 months.
You can discuss about this option with your doctor. There is no need for a MRI.
I hope that answers your query.
Let me know if you have any more questions.
Patient replied :
Hi Dr.R.K, thank you so much for answering my questions. I have 1 more question, do you think I will need to do a surgery to remove the tumour? If I don't do surgery, will there be any risk? Many thanks
Thanks for getting back to me with more questions.
Since it is a small lesion and a definite diagnosis is not done, there is no need for surgery right now.
Periodic follow up with a ultrasound scan may be done. If the lesion is increasing in size, then surgery may be done.
If it is not increasing in size, there is no risk if you do not do surgery.