Liver Metastasis

A liver metastasis is a cancerous tumor that has spread to the liver from cancer that started in another place in the body. It’s also called secondary liver cancer. Primary liver cancer originates in the liver and most commonly affects individuals who have risk factors such as hepatitis or cirrhosis. Cancer in the liver is secondary, or metastatic. There may be no symptoms in the early stages of liver metastasis. In later stages, cancer can cause the liver to swell or obstruct the normal flow of blood and bile. When this happens, loss of appetite, weight loss, dark-colored urine, abdominal swelling or bloating, jaundice, a yellowing of the skin or the whites of the eyes, pain in the right shoulder, pain in the upper right abdomen, nausea, vomiting, confusion, sweats, and fever, enlarged liver.

  • Symptoms of Liver Metastasis
  • Liver Metastasis-Diagnosis
  • Supportive Therapies
  • Treatments

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