Liver PRETEXT III; drawing shows seven livers. Dotted lines divide each liver into four vertical sections that are about the same size. In the first liver, cancer is shown in three sections on the left. In the second liver, cancer is shown in the two sections on the left and the section on the far right. In the third liver, cancer is shown in the section on the far left and the two sections on the right. In the fourth liver, cancer is shown in three sections on the right. In the fifth liver, cancer is shown in the two middle sections. In the sixth liver, cancer is shown in the section on the far left and the second section from the right. In the seventh liver, cancer is shown in the section on the far right and the second section from the left.

Liver PRETEXT III. Cancer is found in three sections of the liver and one section does not have cancer, or cancer is found in two sections of the liver and two sections that are not next to each other do not have cancer in them.

From: Childhood Liver Cancer Treatment (PDQ®)

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