Liver Metastases

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Last Updated: 09 May 2022
medpix case - liver metastases, from bronchogenic carcinoma "medpix case - liver metastases, from bronchogenic carcinoma", by Original Source: Leslie R Bryant; Author: Leslie R Bryant (Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center); Approved By: David P Raiken (Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center);. Non contrast CT- multiple low density solid hepatic masses...

Liver metastases refer to cancer that has infected the liver from somewhere else in the body. Liver metastases are not the same as cancer that begins in the liver, which is called hepatocellular cancer. When the initial cancer is diagnosed or it may occur months or years after the primary tumor is eliminated, a liver metastasis might be present.

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