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Hepatic pseudolesions and pseudotumors of the third inflow area are sometimes encountered on imaging. Generally, differentiating these lesions of true hepatic neoplasm on radiological examinations is easy with the knowledge of common sites in the liver and characteristic indications of these lesions. However, they occasionally mimic hepatocellular carcinoma in various imaging modalities. In this article, we provide current knowledge regarding pseudolesions and pseudotumors in the third inflow area on imaging. Knowledge regarding pseudolesions and pseudotumors in the third inflow area can aid correct diagnosis and avoid unnecessary treatment.