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Can You Develop Stomach Cancer After Gastric Bypass
Risk factors: Risk factors for colon cancer include smoking, obesity, high fat diet, high red meat diet, low fiber diet, history of polyps, family history of colon cancer. I am not aware of gastric bypass surgery increasing the risk of colon cancer, but the need for gastric bypass surgery suggests that some risk factors mentioned above are likely present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
What doctor takes out gastric polyps? I have many in my stomach and are 3-6mm. My grandpa died of stomach cancer, mine show benign, but want them out
Gastroenterologist: A Gastroenterologist (GI) can perform an upper endoscopy to view your esophagus, stomach and duodenum (EGD procedure). Through this method he/she will view through a scope and biopsy and areas necessary such as polyps, ulcers, or any suspicious lesions. This tissue will be submitted for for evaluation by a Pathologist. Your biopsy results will be available in one week approximately. ...Read more
Gastric: Ulcers of the three you list are more likely to be malignant. ...Read more
Many: Best treatment depends on many things like the type of gastric cancer, stage, person's health, etc. Some gastric cancers have changes in her2 and the antibody Herceptin (trastuzumab) can be included in the treatment and some stomach lymphomas are treated with the antibody rituxan. Most stomach cancers will be best treated with chemo regimens based on an anthracycline, fluoropyramidine, taxane, or platinum. ...Read more
Had upper Endo, found lots 3-6mm Gastric Fundic Polyps, were benign, do they need to be monitored? Doc said no, grandpa died stomach cancer, concerned
If these polyps: were benign, they are not precancerous. Stomach cancer do not necessarily run in families. If you have no other risk factors, such as H. pylori infection, alcohol, or tobacco, your risk is probably baseline. Ask your gi specialist for specific recommendation regarding further monitoring. But your risk of developing malignancy in another organ is probably higher. ...Read more
I had gastric sleeve-pathologist fnd intestinal metaplasia-had endoscopy I do have im-will i get stomach cancer-is it reversible-what do I eat to live?
Research interest...: Im of the stomach is believed by some to represent a precancerous change, meaning precursor lesion to gastric cancer. There are no known guidelines or surveillance recommendations yet established for this condition which remains an area of ongoing research. Follow-up with your gi. Good luck! ...Read more
See yourMD: You need a work up..I have gastric bypass patients in our practice ..Of those with pain we have sent to GI for work up...Most of the time they find a cause..Do not delay ! ...Read more
Degrees: Band: appliance surg inserted to cinch stomach; adv.-easier surgery, reversible; disadv-less wt loss, less sustained, higher failure rate, compl, slippage, etc. Stapling-surg restrictive procedure; adv: more sustained, succ. Than above; disadv-still easy to cheat/wt gain (e.g. Melt ice cream, then drink it). Bypass: combo restrict and malabsorp; adv: more effective; dis: bigger op, more nutr risk. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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