Hepatic surgeries

Partial hepatectomy is surgery to remove part of the liver. Only people with good liver function who are healthy enough for surgery and who have a single tumor that has not grown into blood vessels can have this operation. Imaging tests, such as CT or MRI with angiography are done first to see if the cancer can be removed completely. Still, sometimes during surgery the cancer is found to be too large or has spread too far to be removed, and the surgery that has been planned cannot be done. Most patients with liver cancer in the United States also have cirrhosis.

  • removal of part of the liver (liver resection or lobectomy)
  • liver transplant

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