Thanks for writing in.
I would be in a better position to help you if you could tell me the type of thyroid cancer
you were diagnosed with. Papillary and Follicular cell
cancer remain the most common types of thyroid cancers which are diagnosed. These rarely, if at all spread to the liver
. Papillary cancers spread to the lymphnodes
and follicular cancers spread to the local tissues and to the bone and lung.
Haemangiomas are some of the most common masses seen in liver and they do not cause cancers. They can also be multiple
Having said that, the only way of definitely knowing whether this is cancer is by doing a Fine needle aspiration cytology. This could lead to bleeding if the tissue is haemangioma. Another way of differentiating would be the PET scan or an enhanced MRI
but the availability, cost and insurance coverage could be issues.
Hope this helps