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What are symptoms of nasal cancer?

What are symptoms of nasal cancer?

Nose bleed +: Obstruction. Nasal cancer is rare. If present it is likely to cause bloody nasal discharge, blockage of the affected nostril, pain and swelling. ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

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


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Is nasal cancer purely hereditary?

Is nasal cancer purely hereditary?

Multifactorial: Skin cancer, like most cancers, has many different things which affect it. In the case of skin cancer, lifestyle choices like high amounts of sun exposure and smoking will increase your risk for skin cancer. If you are at higher risk for skin cancer, discuss with your doctor and/or see a dermatologist for screening examinations. ...Read more

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What are the tests for nasal cancer?

What are the tests for nasal cancer?

Physical exam: Typically it starts with a physical exam. A fiber optic scope can help visualize an abnormal area or mass and it can be biopsied. A ct scan or an MRI may be ordered by your physician if appropriate. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of nasal cancer?

What are the symptoms of nasal cancer?

Nose bleed +: Obstruction. Nasal cancer is rare. If present it is likely to cause bloody nasal discharge, blockage of the affected nostril, pain and swelling. ...Read more

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Is nasal cancer bad? How do they remove it?

Is nasal cancer bad? How do they remove it?

It depends.: Many cases may be treated with surgery and radiation, while many others get surgery and chemotherapy. These and other head and neck cancers are usually too advanced for curative surgery, etc., although some can be treated this way. Those with metastatic or recurrent disease get palliative care with Cisplatin and 5-fluorouracil or paclitaxel. The most common presentation has 35% 5 yr. Survival. ...Read more

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What are the different kinds of nasal cancer?

What are the different kinds of nasal cancer?

Vague question: There are many types of skin cancer which of course can affect the outside of the nose (basal cell, squamous cell and melanoma being the most common). Cancers can also arise from the inside of the nose, and there are many different types there as well. They behave differently and require different treatments as well. See your ENT if you have concerns in this area. ...Read more

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Is it possible to contract nasal cancer exist?

Is it possible to contract nasal cancer exist?

I don't understand: None of the nasal cancers are contagious. Often they appear without any risk factor being identifiable, and probably not even present; a few industrial exposures may put a person at considerably increased risk. Good luck. ...Read more

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Need expert help here. What are symptoms of nasal cancer?

Sinus problems: Early nasal cancer symptoms are the same as sinus symptoms, and can include stuffiness, nose bleeds, headaches and facial pain. The symptoms can then progress to include facial numbness, eye pain or swelling, or a sore or lump in the nose that doesn't heal. The good news is that nasal cancer is uncommon, and sinus problems are much more likely! ...Read more

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What causes nasal cancer and what should I do do minimize the chance of having it?

Prevention: Chemicals used in leather tanning as well as fine wood dusts are known to increase risk of sinus and nasal cancer. Wear a filter mask if you work in those industries. Smoking is another risk factor for cancer in the aerodigestive tract! ...Read more

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How to tell if what I have is nasal cancer or an infection?

How to tell if what I have is nasal cancer or an infection?

See Dr: A good physical exam will determine if you have an infection, or some suspicious condition that would warrant biopsy, utlimately proving if there was any cancer. ...Read more

Dr. Lester Thompson
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Nasal Cancer (Definition)

Nasal cancer is over proliferation of abnormal cells of the nasal passage way. This can lead to ...Read more


Dr. Jack Mutnick
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Nasal (Definition)

NaSal is a nasal preparation which is a kind of ...Read more