Liver affected by metastatic carcinoma

Liver affected by metastatic carcinoma

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Cancer of the liver. Close-up of a liver which was removed because it was affected by a metastatic carcinoma which originally spread from the colon (large intestine). Other common sites of cancers that then spread to the liver are the stomach and the pancreas. The most common symptoms of any liver cancer are weight loss, loss of appetite and lethargy. Pain in the upper right abdomen is also a common feature. There is no cure for secondary liver cancer but anticancer drugs may help slow the progress of the disease.

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