Zhi-yuan Chen, Yu-pin Liu, Guang-juan Zheng
Glycogen storage disease type I and glycogenic hepatopathy are the most common type of primary and secondary hepatic glycogenosis, with presenting common radiological features of hepatomegaly, hepatic signal, or density change. Beyond that, glycogen storage disease type I shows hepatocellular adenomas or fatty liver, while glycogenic hepatopathy does not.
Key words. Hepatic glycogenosis, Glycogen storage disease, Glycogenic hepatopathy, Computed tomography, Magnetic resonance imaging