|Clinical History:||A middle aged adult had a history of autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease. Following a childhood traumatic limb amputation which required transfusions, the patient subsequently developed hepatitis C viral infection. The patient presented with a liver mass that was resected. Gross examination of the liver revealed a 4 cm hemorrhagic nodule in a background of marked fibrosis.|
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