Figure 1: Distribution with the age/sex bracket

Figure 2: Distribution with the diagnosis means

Figure 3: tomo-densitometry of hepatocellular carcinoma.
Image (a): Section axial Tom-densitometry of abdominal showing a hypodensia spontanemous
Image (b): VI segment of liver with contrast in arterial
Image (c): wash out with portal Image (d): late

Year
Man
Woman
Total
2010
36
19
55
2011
20
16
36
2012
46
19
65
2013
51
13
64
2014
49
17
66
Total
201
85
286
Table 1: Distribution by year and by sex
Signs
Totals
Percentage (%)
Right hypochondria pain
208
72.72
Physical asthenia
198
69.23
Thinness
228
79.72
Icterus
179
62.58
Hepatomegaly
286
100
Splenomegaly
98
34.26
Ascites
119
41.60
High digestive bleeding
18
6.29
Edema of lower limbs
99
34.61
Clinical forms

Massive tumorous

212
74.12
Cirrhosis
58
20.27
Icterus
16
5.61
Table 2: The principal and clinical sign forms
Characteristics
Totals
Percentage
Hepatocellular Carcinoma
159
97.22
Cholangio-carcinoma
6
2.09
Carcinoma SAI
2
0.69
Total
267
100
Table 3: :Principal histological types
Totals (%)
STAGE
WHO
Morphology tumorous
Okuda
Hepatitis Function
A1
0
Unique tumor, < 5 cm
I
HTP -, bilirubin N
Early stage
A2
0
Unique tumor, < 5 cm
I
HTP +, bilirubin N
0
A3
0
Unique tumor, < 5 cm
I
HTP +, bilirubin > N
A4
0
3 lesions, < 3 cm
I-II
Child-Pugh A-B
3(01.04)
Intermediary
B
0
Multinodular
I-II
Child-Pugh A-B
119(40.57)
Developed
C
1-2
Invasion
vascular,
I-II
Child-Pugh A-B
metastasis
167(58.39)
Terminal
D
3-4
Indifferent
III
Child-Pugh C
Table 4:Classification according BCLC (Barcelona Classification)