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Case Report Open Access
The diagnostics of liver metastases in prostate cancer is challenging, while liver is seldom the primary site, and rarely the only primary metastatic organ.
Here we present two cases where liver metastases were suspected in prostate cancer patients. The differential diagnostics was successful by using 18F-choline PET/CT. The findings were confirmed by liver biopsy and consequent immunohistochemistry including PSA-staining. The first case verified liver as only metastatic site of prostate cancer and the second case appeared to be another primary cancer.
Prostate cancer, Liver metastases, Fluorocholine PET, Immunohistochemistry, Medical Case Report, Cancer Case Reports, Prostate Cancer