CT shows a wedge-shaped area in the right lobe of the liver of relatively increased density compared to the surrounding parenchyma, which contains increased amount of fat recognisable by its decreased density. Ultrasound shows a geographic hypoechoic well-defined area in the same region, which also has a correlation with PET. MRI shows that this lesion has decreased SI on T1-inphase, but relatively higher SI on T2-outhpase due to increased amount of fat in surrounding parenchyma. This area enhances inhomogeneously, but enhancement persist as in the surrounding tissue. This was a biopsy proven metastasis of colorectal carcinoma, which was subsequently resected.