Liver cancer prognosis
Liver cancer prognosis, prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma compared with other cancer remains relatively poor, partly because no specific liver cancer early clinical manifestations, it is difficult early detection, treatment once symptoms are usually an advanced stage. the other side, most patients with hepatocellular carcinoma associated with cirrhosis, surgical resection rate is low. Prognostic factors of liver cancer generally include the following:
Liver cancer prognosis (1) factors of hepatocellular carcinoma:
In clinical factors, patients found sooner or later, is the most important factor. Survey found that the liver was significantly higher than the census found that the survival of liver cancer. Sub-clinical liver cancer 5-year survival rate of up to 50% _60%; only 30% of medium-term patients, and patients with advanced liver cancer-free 5-year survival general cases.
Liver cancer prognosis (2) liver pathological factors:
Pathological factors, tumor size has a great influence on survival, thirty-three liver 5 cm and> 5 cm compared with liver resection rate, surgical mortality is low, more than 5-year survival of patients. The number of tumors also affect the survival of the patients, a single nodule with a longer survival capsule.
Liver cancer prognosis (3) the biological characteristics of hepatocellular carcinoma:
The biological characteristics of hepatocellular carcinoma patients with liver cancer survival is another important factor. Single tumor is better than multiple tumors; element thrombosis than those who had tumor thrombus; diploid than aneuploid hepatocellular carcinoma; split cell nuclear antigen (Pc-NA) were positive for low positive rate than those who , estrogen receptor-positive liver cancer survival rate lower than the negative.
Liver cancer prognosis (4) the treatment of liver cancer:
After surgical removal of the highest 5-year survival of patients, palliative surgery, followed by the worst effects of non-operative treatment group, such as palliative surgical treatment group, hepatic artery ligation + hepatic artery chemotherapy group was better than the survival of patients hepatic artery ligation group.
Liver cancer prognosis (5) liver hepatopathy background:
The degree of liver cirrhosis patients and patients was negatively correlated with the prognosis. In addition, the patient's state of hepatitis patients with liver cancer recurrence rate and survival rate also affected.
Liver cancer prognosis