Liver Tumor Clinic
Patient-tailored multidisciplinary care
Surgical treatment of liver metastases from colon cancer, with or without chemotherapy, is currently the treatment that can potentially offer the patient long-term survival.
More recently, combination therapies are being proposed that combine liver surgery with thermoablation (the thermal destruction of cancerous tissue) to preserve as much liver tissue as possible. More patients are thus eligible for curative treatment.
The choice of treatment must take into consideration the patient's clinical condition, liver function and the clinical stage of the cancer, explains Dr. Nouredin Messaoudi, hepatobiliary surgeon. These decisions are multidisciplinary and involve surgeons, interventional radiologists and oncologists.
Dr. Nouredin MESSAOUDI
Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
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