Dr. Haseeba Abid, Dr. Mohsin Khalil Dar, Dr Ikram Ullah
Hepatocellular carcinoma is one of very well-known distortions in the world, with the rising rate in the United States. The spread of clinical and local ablative treatments has improved the assumption, in any case the medical procedure, either liver resection or transplantation, remains the mainstay of treatment. A better understanding of the life structures of the liver, improved imaging modalities and a more precise strategy have led to improve the results after a medical procedure. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from October 2018 to September 2019. Both resection and transplantation can be used reciprocally. Resection remains treatment of the decision for HCC once possible. Liver transplantation, which expels both cancer and basic unhealthy liver, suggests amazing results in cases who respond to measures of Milan. While these two modalities have moderately characterized the uses, treatment of those cases must be adapted independently, by means of the multi-disciplinary method, to raise endurance, personal satisfaction and the share of rare organs. Keywords: Surgical Therapy, Hepatocellular Carcinoma.