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Background. The importance of post-operative complications in determining cancer-specific survival is controversial and ill-defined. Aim. This study analyzes the influence of surgical morbidity on long-term survival after resection of hepatic CRM. Methods. Demographic, disease-specific and operative data were recorded for consecutive patients submitted to resection of hepatic CRM. A clinical risk score (CRS) was used to stratify patients according to disease extent. Complications were gradeddoi:10.1080/16515320600855338 fatcat:f2p2373oanccdn53wpkb34sggq