Secondary liver cancer, light micrograph

Secondary liver cancer, light micrograph

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Caption: Secondary liver cancer, light micrograph. The cancer cells are the large brown-stained cells forming a nodule amongst the lighter healthy liver cells. This cancer spread from a primary site in a breast. The spread of cancer throughout the body is known as metastasis. Once a cancer has spread beyond its initial site the prognosis is poor. Sample stained with hematoxylin.

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