That is the description of normal liver tissue. Homogenous means same appearance, which is good. Heterogenous would mean some areas looked different than others, and is usually an indication of something going on.
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That is called radiologists covering themselves. Lymph nodes enlarge in response to many things: viral infection, bacterial infection, inflammation, cancers. Radiologists must measure them and report them, but are not indicative of anything in particular.