Abstract:Background: Hepatic resection for liver metastasis from breast cancer (LMBC) canattain long-term survival. Since BC has been a very sensitive neoplasm to chemotherapy, surgical resection of residual LMBC has presented an important role associated withsystemic therapy. Reverse approach ("first liver approach") has been performed for liver metastasis from colorectal cancer (LMCRC), mainly for multiple synchronic metastases that have presented partial response. Case report: We report a case of LMBC in young femal… Show more
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