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Scirrhous hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a subtype of HCC that is characterized by abundant fibrous stroma admixed with tumor cells. Although imaging findings of scirrhous HCC differ from those of classic HCC, it is difficult to diagnose this rare neoplasm. Like classic HCC, scirrhous HCC frequently develops in patients with liver cirrhosis, but there has been no report of synchronous occurrence of classic and scirrhous HCCs. Here, we report synchronous classic and scirrhous HCCs in adoi:10.5812/iranjradiol.65346 fatcat:kpqna7xjknfrtpaamnq5znkq54