metastatic liver cancer
A cancer arising outside of the liver that metastasises to the liver, which is 20-fold more common than primary liver cancers.
Primary sites Colorectal, breast, ovaries, lungs, kidneys
Clinical findings Hepatomegaly, regional pain or tenderness, cachexia, ascites, jaundice, fever
Imaging Mass lesions
Management In selected patients, metastasectomy may result in prolonged (up to 5 years) survival.