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A liver metastasis is a cancerous tumor that has spread to the liver from another place in the body. It is also called secondary liver cancer. Primary liver cancer originates in the liver.
Other names for this condition include:liver metastasesmetastases to the livermetastatic liver cancer
Sequential Liver and Lung Resections for Metastases. Sometimes people have liver and lung metastases present at the same time. Resection of both hepatic and pulmonary metastases in highly selected patients is safe. Survival rates seem comparable with those of pulmonary resections alone. Should either liver or lung mets not be surgically resectable, then RFA or other ablative method might be successful. If surgery or ablation cannot be done, neoadjuvant treatment with chemotherapy might downgrade the situation to one that is operable or ablatable.