Multiple liver metastases from pancreatic adenocarcinoma primary. Image courtesy of A/Prof John Hayman MBBS, MD (Melb), FRCPA. See image page for further details including license.
Cross-section of a human liver, taken at autopsy examination, showing multiple large pale tumour deposits (liver metastases). The tumour is an adenocarcinoma derived from a primary lesion in the body of the pancreas.
Author: A/Prof John Hayman MBBS, MD (Melb), FRCPA.
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