Figure 2: (a) Macroscopically, a cut section of the resected liver showed a well-circumscribed, encapsulated, yellow-white nodular lesion in segment 6, with small areas of hemorrhage and necrosis. (b) Microscopically, the lesion was well demarcated and encapsulated, and comprised a massive infiltration of mature lymphoid cells, forming follicles and germinal centers (H&E staining, 100x magnification). (c) The infiltrated lymphoid cells was mature and heterogeneous, with no nuclear atypia or polymorphism (H&E staining, 100x magnification). (d) Note the lymphocytic infiltration in the portal tracts around the lesion (H&E staining, 100x magnification).