The signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer include:
- Pain in the upper abdomen
- Loss of appetite
- Unintended weight loss
- New-onset diabetes
The pancreas is a large gland in the digestive system which is positioned in the abdominal cavity just behind the stomach. With the function of producing several vital hormones, it is also a digestive organ. Pancreatic cancer arises when pancreatic cells begin to grow out of control with the formation of a mass, called tumor. These cancerous cells can also effect others parts of the body. There are many types of pancreatic cancer. People who don’t smoke and maintain a healthy lifestyle are at a lower risk of developing this cancer. With its increasing cases every year, the chances of survival is low when diagnosed at a later stage. There are many treatment options available that can advance the quality of life of people with pancreatic cancer.
You may have to perform certain medical tests and procedures if your doctor reckons that you have pancreatic cancer....
You may have to perform certain medical tests and procedures if your doctor reckons that you have pancreatic cancer.
Various treatment options are available to reduce discomfort and cure people suffering from pancreatic cancer...
Various treatment options are available to reduce discomfort and cure people suffering from pancreatic cancer.
Two generic types of surgery can be used for this disease, Palliative surgery and Potentially curative surgery.
Inoculated via mouth as pills or into a vein, anti-cancer drugs are being utilized by chemotherapy during the treatment of pancreatic cancer.
These treatments are distinct ways of destroying tumour cells, rather than eliminating them with surgeries.
Radiation therapy or radiotherapy is a medical procedure that applies high energy radiation and kills the cancerous cells in the pancreas.
The Gastroenterology Division at Medanta’s Institute of Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences aims at providing the best treatments to patients with the worst cases of diseases involving their digestive, liver and pancreato-biliary tracts. The in..
The Gastroenterology Division at Medanta’s Institute of Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences aims at providing the best treatments to patients with the worst cases of diseases involving their digestive, liver and pancreato-biliary tracts. The institute consists of the most advanced facilities and carries out almost all major Endoscopy and Radiology assisted procedures for GI, Liver and Bilio-pancreatic Disorders. The unit also comprises of a Liver Clinic for early diagnosis and treatment of liver diseases along with Gastrointestinal and Liver high dependency unit for sick patients.
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