One third of cancer causes metastases in the liver. This complication accompanies every second oncology of the abdominal organs. Malignant lesions of the gland with metastases are called metastatic cancer. Previously, this oncology was considered a harbinger of the imminent death of the patient. With the development of medicine, the diagnosis ceased to be a sentence. Depending on the type of metastases, their number and degree of malignancy, doctors select the therapy, and the patient has a chance to live….