The other nodule was firm and tightly adhered to the omentum in the mesogastric
region, which explains the previously observed mobility of this particular nodule.
The largest one was a pedunculated hemangioma originating from the third hepatic segment, with exophytic development, descending in the epi- and mesogastric
region, pushing the pancreas backwards.
MRI showed the same findings of CT and a 1.9 cm elongated cyst with hyperintense content on all pulse sequences, inferring protein content, and extending from the right retrovesical region to the mesogastric
region, perhaps corresponding to the persistence of the mesonephric duct, related to ipsilateral renal agenesis [Figures 2, 3, and 4].
Furthermore, points above transversal commissures showed great vector displacement, evidencing a slightly vertical elongation in females with a major functional mesogastric
and gonad area.