What is radical liver cancer operation? What is palliative liver cancer operation?Radical operation of liver cancer: refers to the complete
What is radical liver cancer operation? What is palliative liver cancer operation?
Radical operation of liver cancer: refers to the complete resection of visible tumor margin, no cancer; the tumor number is less than 2; the main portal vein and the branch, and the branch of the bile duct, hepatic vein and inferior vena cava tumor thrombus; the hepatic portal lymph node metastasis; liver. Outside the transfer; 2 months after AFP returned to normal (preoperative AFP positive); the operation within 2 months after the imaging examinations showed no residual tumor recurrence or metastasis.
Palliative liver surgery refers to the removal of part or most of the tumor tissue, the preoperative diagnosis of unresectable liver cancer, not to advocate for this surgery, because of trauma, residual tumor growth is more active, and lead to tumor implantation and transfer risk. To strengthen the anti tumor treatment should include postoperative residual tumors such as hypercolor interventional ethanol injection, interventional treatment, intraperitoneal perfusion chemotherapy, with possible residual invasive tumor growth delay spread.