When pepople have liver cancer why can't dotors cut that part of the liver out?
because liver cancer is the whole liver not a part of it! Theough,They can replace the liver! ...
Asked in Cancer
What is the Life expectancy of liver cancer patient?
The life expectancy of a liver cancer patient is dependent upon the progression of the liver cancer. When the liver cancer is caught in the early stages it can be cured, resulting in a long life expectancy. ...
Asked in Cancer, The Difference Between, Hepatitis
What is the difference between liver cancer and hepatitis C?
Liver cancer is the result of uncontrolled proliferation of your liver cells. Hepatitis C is a virus which infects your liver cells and can cause cirrhosis and liver failure. Hepatitis C is known to cause liver cancer. ...
Asked in Cancer
What causes the noise that can comes from the liver of a liver cancer patient?
The noises that come from the liver of liver cancer patients are caused by the pressure of the tumor on the blood vessels. ...
Asked in Custody, Parenting and Children
Is child get affected if father gets liver cancer after the birth of child?
If the child was born and then the father gets liver cancer there would be no reason the kid would get liver cancer. What it could mean is that the fathers side of the familly may have a higher risk of getting liver cancer, maby check in and ask if his parents/grandparants/great grandparents had liver cancer. But no you child will Not get liver cancer just cause the father gets it. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between liver cancer and hepatomegaly?
Hepatomegaly is a general term meaning enlargement of the liver, but it does not indicate the cause of enlargement. Liver cancer (hepatic carcinoma) is a malignant condition of the liver. There may be enlaregement associated with it, or the cancerous liver may be of normal size. Liver cancer may be primary, meaning that is where the cancer started, or it may be secondary (metastatic) from the spread of a cancer that started elsewhere. ...
Asked in Health
What does moderately differentiated liver cancer mean?
Moderately differentiated liver cancer means that the liver cancer is made up of fully mature cells. These mature cells can oftentimes look like normal liver cells. ...
What are the signs and symptoms of liver cancer?
Unfortunately, the sings and symptoms of liver cancer are variable so it is difficult to diagnose - often liver cancer is initially mistaken for other medical disorders. ...
What are the symptoms for liver cancer?
Liver cancer does not have specific symptoms. A lot of symptoms are said to be caused by other factors. Jaundice, weight loss, abdominal pain, and a tender liver can be something to look out for but it doesn't automatically mean it is liver cancer. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Cancer
If they saw positive cancer tracers in my blood and they traced it to my liver but my liver is ok but I still have positive cancer tracers then do I have cancer somewhere else?
You may. If the cancer originated in the liver and the carcinoma cells are being found in the bloodstream, then the cancer from the liver has already metastasized and is moving around through the entire system. These metastasized cancer cells may 'stick' in other sites. ...
Asked in Liver
What is necessary to make a definitive diagnosis of a primary liver cancer?
A sample of liver tissue for biopsy is needed to make the definitive diagnosis of a primary liver cancer. ...