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A 51-year-old woman visited the surgery outpatient clinic with an abdominal swelling. The swelling had become larger over the past few years and caused mechanical complaints. With MRI a liver cyst measuring 14 x 11 cm was diagnosed. The patient underwent laparoscopic deroofing of the liver cyst.
Myelofibrosis and gallbladder carcinoma are both very rare diseases. This case report describes a patient with a history of myelofibrosis and colorectal carcinoma who was diagnosed with colorectal liver metastases. Surgery was performed to remove the metastases, and on site, the gallbladder was removed because of involvement in one of the liver lesions.… (More)