A plaque like coating over part of the liver, could this spread into the liver. my wife is an ovarian cancer sufferer aged 54?
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Gynecologic Oncology 28 years experience
Ovarian cancer: Tumor coatings of the liver are very frequent in ovarian cancer. They are readily ablated safely at the time of primary debulking. Ovarian cancer can invade the liver but happens through blood-borne spread not direct invasion.
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