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My ultrasound shows a 1.6 cm tumor & other smaller spots in the liver, as well as a large mass in the stomach. should i be worried?

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Dr. Myron Arlen
Surgical Oncology 65 years experience
Possibly: The most common cause of a gastric lesion, when associated with liver lesions is a gastric malignancy. Gastroscopy and biopsy should be performed. This should be followed by a PET/CAT fi gastric bx is +. Scan will guide as to whether liver lesions are benign or malignant. Regardless, a gastric neoplasm should be resected and later the liver lesions can be addressed for chemoembolization.

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