Types of Liver Tumors

Types of Liver Tumors

hepatocellular carcinoma, cholangiocarcinoma, hepatic adenoma, hemangiomas

Just as humans have different personalities and body types, tumors are just as varied. Different types of tumors that develop in the liver include:-

Hepatitis B virus is mainly transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person, contaminated needles during intravenous drug use, transfusions with unscreened blood, or organ transplantation.

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With strong chemotherapy, there is a risk of damaging other organs such as kidneys or bone marrow.

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The biggest risk of being a professional diver is that if you don’t release the breath from your lungs before going under the water then it will hurt when you try to breathe in again because there isn’t enough oxygen in the liquid.

Hepatocellular carcinoma:

this man was diagnosed with the terminal disease hepatitis B. He wasn’t bothered by it at first, but as he got sicker and sicker, his family began to grow more and more concerned. His wife especially didn’t want to lose him over a stupid disease. But there was no bettering the situation. He died shortly after being diagnosed with everything that could be wrong with a human being.

Hepatitis B:

a disease that can be transmitted through bodily fluids such as blood and semen. What is hep? It’s a liver virus that causes swelling in the organ, which is fatal if not treated with time and effort. If you don’t treat it early enough, then that means death for its victims.


an illness where cells that are supposed to grow and multiply uncontrollably, grow and multiply outside of their normal limits. Because these abnormal cells start dividing so quickly, they cause tumors to form in the area where the abnormal cell growth occurred. There are over 200 different types of cancer diseases such as skin cancer or stomach cancer. Cancer is also terminal which means no amount of treatment will cure it entirely.

Tumor on liver symptoms:

pain in the upper right side of the abdomen, jaundice(jaundice is a condition in which your skin and whites of your eyes turn yellow), swelling of the abdomen, nausea/vomiting, loss of appetite.

the cancer cells are attacking the healthy tissue that surrounds them, which is why there is swelling and indigestion.

liver cancer types and stages:

cancers of the liver are classified according to their stage. It is based on how far it has progressed and if cancer cells have spread from the original tumor to other parts of the body. Different types of cancer begin in or invade the liver, but they can be divided into two main groups – primary liver cancers and secondary cancers.

In stage I, the cancer is only found in a part of one lobe of your liver. If you have a tumor that is smaller than 5 centimeters (2 inches), this means you have Stage IA, which is also known as localized disease, because the tumor has not spread outside of your liver. In Stage II, there is also just one tumor, but it’s bigger than 5 cm across.

Stage III is where you have tumors in both the right and left lobes. There are also no cancer cells that have spread to nearby lymph nodes or anywhere else, which would be Stage IIIA.

Stage IV is where your cancer has grown into nearby organs or tissues but the cancerous cells haven’t traveled anywhere yet.

How to detect liver cancer early:

through blood work, ultrasounds, computed tomography scans(CT scans), magnetic resonance imaging scans(MRI), liver biopsy(the removal of a sample of tissue or cells from the liver to determine whether they are cancerous).

Treatment for liver cancer:

Chemotherapy is used to kill cancer cells. A patient is given one or more chemotherapeutic drugs intravenously that are designed to attack specific targets within tumor cells. Radiotherapy uses high-energy beams of radiation aimed at tumors.

This technique can be used in conjunction with chemotherapy. Liver transplantation has been proved as an alternative but expensive treatment for cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Treating the Hepatitis B virus early or testing regularly can reduce the chances of developing liver cancer.

liver transplant:

it is that stage when doctors decide that there is no other option to help the patient survive that doesn’t involve surgery. The goal of a liver transplant is to remove the cancerous cells from your body and replace them with healthy tissue. During the operation, your surgeon will implant your donated liver into your body, much like an organ donor would do if they were donating their own.

A common method for this type of surgery is minimally invasive laparoscopic hepatectomy through small incisions in the abdomen(laparoscopy). What this means for you as a donor is a very little pain after the procedure, quick recovery time, no visible scars left behind because of how small they are, and a speedy recovery period.

Mass on the liver causing pain:

some parts of the liver are naturally more painful than others. For example, if you have a fibrous tumor that is pressing on your gallbladder, it will be much more painful than having gallstones in your gallbladder.

the disease spreads by blood or lymph fluid to other organs like kidneys(cancerous cells), lungs(lung cancer), and bones (bone cancer). Cancer is also treated with three different types of therapy which include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy; The method used depends upon the stage of cancer and the type of cancer. There are over 200 different types of cancers but they can be divided into two main groups – primary liver cancers and secondary cancers.

Primary liver cancers:

These result from the growth of abnormal cells that originate in the liver itself. They can be further broken down into three groups, each with its own signs and symptoms:-

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC):

Is one of the most common types of primary liver cancer. It usually grows slowly but if it isn’t detected early enough it can spread to other parts of the body. Symptoms include abdominal pain, weight loss, excessive tiredness, jaundice, and nausea.


These are benign tumors that tend to grow fairly quickly over months or years before they become malignant. The most common symptom is abdominal pain but sometimes no symptoms appear until advanced stages where you will experience weight loss, trouble eating, and nausea. There is a chance that the tumors might rupture and cause internal bleeding.

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