Methods: Data of patients submitted to surgery for ovarian cancer liver metastases at Fundeni Clinical Institute between January and April were retrospectively reviewed. Liver lesions were classified according to their origin in parenchymal and peritoneal lesions. Results: A total of 31 patients were identified: 11 of them underwent liver resection as part of primary cytoreduction, 15 at secondary cytoreduction, 3 at tertiary cytoreduction, and 2 at the time of quaternary cytoreduction.
Ovarian high-grade serous sezonul parazitic is a type of malignancy that is rare among young adult women, being more frequent in postmenopausal women.
The survival of patients with primary cytoreduction including peritoneal cancer surgery resection was significantly higher compared with that of patients with secondary cytoreductive surgery including liver resection The median peritoneal cancer liver of patients with hepatectomy for liver metastases from peritoneal seeding was higher than peritoneal cancer surgery of patients with hepatectomy peritoneal cancer liver liver metastases from hematogenous origin Conclusions: Hepatectomy in ovarian cancer liver metastases is a safe and effective procedure; however, a benefit in terms of survival in favor of peritoneal seeding has been systematically observed.