Revista Cubana de Cirugía
versión On-line ISSN 1561-2945
A female patient with a radiographic image compatible with a tumor of the right hemidiaphram that was previously studied and diagnosed as a diaphragm tumor is presented. According to this diagnosis, surgery via thorax was performed and it was found a tumor in the right lobule of the liver that on histic examination proved to be a liver hamartoma, an extremely rare bening liver tumor, which due to its atypical form is considered as a curious case that may enrich the experience of other health professionals
Palabras llave : HAMARTOMA [surgery]; LIVER DISEASES [surgery].