Robert Duchoň, Daniel Pinďák, Marián Karaba, Roman Doval, Juraj Pechan
Focal nodular hyperplasia is a benign liver lesion of unknown etiology occurring predominantly in young women. Etiology of this disease is unknown and the disease is often asymptomatic. Since focal nodular hyperplasia has no malignant potential surgical treatment is indicated only in dispute cases or in symptomatic patients. In our article we present the case of the young 21-year-old patient with symptomatic form of focal nodular hyperplasia treated by primary liver resection.