Abstract : Recent progress in both diagnostic and therapeutic technique of hepatocellular carcinoma appears to improve the prognosis. The purpose of this study was designed to evaluate the prognosis of HCC in relation to treatment methods and their affecting factors by the tree- structured model. This paper attempt to identify and quantify the effect of prognostic factors namely, patient characteristics that related to the prognosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma. Our proposed survival tree model uses statistical tests for the modified Cox-Snell residuals derived from fitting a Cox proportional hazards model, and therefore it can detect curvature of covariates and interactions among them. As a result, split covariate selection bias is negligible. Furthermore, our proposed piecewise constant modeling can be generalized with piecewise multiple linear modeling without much computational burden.