Objective： To analyze and discuss the risk factors of postoperative liver metastasis in colon cancer.Methods：A total of 344 patients with colorectal cancer who underwent surgical treatment from December 2013 to May 2016 were selected. A total of 120 cases of postoperative liver metastases were found the risk factors for postoperative liver metastases.Results： The age, vascular invasion, tumor differentiation, lymph node metastasis, tumor diameter and preoperative CEA level were analyzed. The results of single factor screening showed that the incidence of liver metastasis was significantly lower than that of colorectal cancer （P〈0.05）. The results showed that the independent risk factors of postoperative liver metastasis were eolonopathy （P〈0.05）.The independent risk factors of liver metastasis were higher in age and tumor diameter.Conclusion： The patients with vascular invasion, low degree of tumor differentiation, lymph node metastasis and high level of CEA are more likely to undergo liver metastasis after operation. The clinical treatment should be treated and intervened to reduce the recurrence rate and improve the quality of life. Survival rate.
Journal of Mathematical Medicine