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Liver cancer treatment. Coloured computed tomography (CT) scan showing chemoembolisation of metastatic cancer (coloured spherical areas) in the liver of a 55-year-old patient. Chemoembolisation is a procedure in which anticancer drugs are administered directly into a tumour through its feeding blood supply. Here, the drugs are being fed into the hepatic arteries (orange). The heart can be seen at top.
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