What Are the Treatments for Liver Cancer?

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What is hepatic hemangioma? What treatments available at early stage?
Hello, if the liver hemangioma is small and doesn't cause any signs or symptoms, you won't need treatment. In most cases a liver hemangioma will never grow and will never cause problems. Your doctor may schedule follow-up exams to check your liver hemangioma periodically for growth if the hemangioma is large.
Liver hemangioma treatment depends on the location and size of the hemangioma, surgery to remove it is the best treatment option, as long as the hemangioma can be easily separated from the liver.
I was just dignosed with severe stage 3 fibroius of the liverliver, what s
I think you mean liver fibrosis, the treatment is for the cause disease and complication. Your doctor needs to find out what caused the fibrosis, if it's alcohol, treat alcohol problem, if it's an infection, treat the infection. The treatment, if effective, will slow down the development of fibrosis. But it's going to develop over time, to cirrhosis, in that case, liver transplant is the only solution.
What is hepatic hemangioma? What treatments available at early stage?
Hello, if the liver hemangioma is small and doesn't cause any signs or symptoms, you won't need treatment. In most cases a liver hemangioma will never grow and will never cause problems. Your doctor may schedule follow-up exams to check your liver hemangioma periodically for growth if the hemangioma is large.
Liver hemangioma treatment depends on the location and size of the hemangioma, surgery to remove it is the best treatment option, as long as the hemangioma can be easily separated from the liver.
I was just dignosed with severe stage 3 fibroius of the liverliver, what s
I think you mean liver fibrosis, the treatment is for the cause disease and complication. Your doctor needs to find out what caused the fibrosis, if it's alcohol, treat alcohol problem, if it's an infection, treat the infection. The treatment, if effective, will slow down the development of fibrosis. But it's going to develop over time, to cirrhosis, in that case, liver transplant is the only solution.
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