Palliative (palliative) left hemi hepatectomy

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In January, a middle-aged woman with liver cancer, tumor about 10X5cm, located in the left lobe, and first and two hepatic portal, abdominal

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In January, a middle-aged woman with liver cancer, tumor about 10X5cm, located in the left lobe, and first and two hepatic portal, abdominal lymph node and retroperitoneal lymph node metastasis, but no right liver tumor. Because the left liver tumor oppression stomach, seriously affect the patient to eat. Families require active treatment to extend the lives of patients. Because of the large size of the tumor, the radiotherapy department doctors thought that the effect of radiotherapy was poor. We performed a left hemi hepatectomy for the patient, completely removed the left liver tumor, intraoperative ultrasonography and no exploration of the right liver tumor. At present, the patient has been discharged from hospital and in good condition. The success of the surgery should significantly prolong the lives of patients. For surgical treatment of malignant tumors, radical resection and palliative resection. In the metastatic spread of tumor distant, not radical resection cases, palliative resection of the implementation of some patients, postoperative radiotherapy, chemotherapy, radiofrequency ablation or interventional therapy, and other anti-tumor measures can significantly prolong the life of patients. We have a male liver cancer patients after surgery, interventional therapy, radiofrequency ablation, anti-cancer drugs, such as comprehensive treatment, has been living for more than 6 years, is still living with tumor.

 

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