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Pain or bleeding: The initial onset of gastric malignancies were in the prepyloric or lesser curvature region. We now recognize the major cause as due to H.pylori. This bug causes ulceration of the mucosa more near the upper part of the stomach. The ulcer is healed by bone stem cells migrating into the site and transformed to tumor by the H.pylori toxin. One finds bleeding of an unhealed ulcer or performation ...Read more
"tumor" literally translates as "mass", so even a fresh bruise could be called a "tumor". Doctors use the term "neoplasm" (tranlates literally as new growth) to describe tumors that are abnormal growths of cells. These may be benign or malignant; "malignant" = cancer. In everyday usage, we use "tumor" ...Read more
Few: Most stomach tumors now arise in the proximal cardioesophageal region requiring a major resection including distal esophagus. Obstruction and hemorrhage will occur if untreated. If cleared medically primary resection recommended. Failure to resect using RT and chemo for such lesions may help but not always curative. Distal lesions easier to resect. ...Read more
It can be....: If you are under the care of a competent team of oncologists(Surgical and Medical) you do have a chance for cure provided you are treated with a combined chemotherapy followed by Surgery approach. It may be a good idea to seek a second opinion at a major Cancer center near to where you live and then begin your treatment soon. Give me some follow up as to where you are in terms of starting treatmen ...Read more
Depends: If the fatty tumor is a lipoma, it is benign but excision may be recommended for large tumors and/or with symptoms like obstruction, bleeding, pain, and if there is a concern for malignancy. Your management should be based on your doctor's recommendations given your exact clinical picture. ...Read more
Yes: CE-MRI's excellent soft tissue contrast resolution versus helical CT helps detect peritoneal lesion implants far earlier in their growth and spread, to improve prognosis and guide interventional decisions, When examining by Contrasst Enhanced MRI a lesion can be defined in the stomach but in case of mets where primary is known, here a new lesion in stomach must be biopsied to confirm dx ...Read more
Malignant tumor: Nodular lesions of the stomach such as GIST or LeiomyoSa rarely have active bleeding. The latter occurs from ulcerating malignancies especially prepyloric or along gastric curvature. Such lesions that do not heal on meds require resection since they invade blood vessels to bleed and frequently have helicobacter pylori which can induce the infection with pus formation. ...Read more
I have a sharp pain in my stomach and I don't have an appendix and they have tacken out a tumor out once befor what could be the cause?
Adhesions? Call MD: Any surgery in the abdomen or pelvis can cause internal scars (adhesions). If bowel gets caught or kinked, can cause partial or complete bowel obstruction-painful. Other possibilities can include internal hernia, telescoping bowel (intussusception), recurrent tumor (don't know what type it was), ulcer, poor blood flow. Could be unrelated and just be gas, call your doc now. ...Read more
Had a stomach ct1yr ago
Everything was good,paranoid have stomach issues wanted to know if it's possible like tumor or anything else to chang w in yr?
What tupe: What type of stomach issues were you having? ...Read more
Please plz helpultrasound shows 1.6cm tumor & other smaller spots in the liver, a large mass in the stomach?
Possible stomach Ca: Symptoms must be present to have ultrasound of stomach and liver. At this point PET/CAT essential to show the nature of stomach and liver lesions and possible mets elsewhere. If gastroscopy shows stomach cancer, at 49 gastrectomy needed. Bx of liver will show if lesions are malignant. Post surgery, chemoembolization or Yt microspheres given to liver followed by specific chemotherapy.needed. ...Read more
Is a liver tumor anything to worry about?
My results stated "12mm hyperattenuating focus appears to be between the inferior margin and stomach."
What happens after you cure cushings? The stretch marks and weight gain in the stomach from the excess cortisolonce the tumor causing all the issues is removed.Will i lose the weight?
Normalize hormones: Cushing's disease (presumably of pituitary origin) leads to excess cortisol secretion. This leads to hypertension, increased heart size, weight gain, diabetes mellitus, increased infection risk. With normalization of the cortisol levels, there is improvement in the blood pressure, blood glucose levels, and weight loss. Although there may be decrease in fatty tissue, the stretch marks may remain. ...Read more
If big enough: If any tumor is big enough to palpate, you doctor can suspect that you may have a cancerous growth. ...Read more
Every time i stretch to the right my stomach seems to hurt like i strech my stomach and hurts. Could it be a hernia or tumor growing. I fell i a mass.
Would a cancerous tumor in the stomach or colon effect routine blood work even in the early stages?
My ultrasound shows a 1.6 CM tumor & other smaller spots in the liver, as well as a large mass in the stomach. Should I be worried?
Possibly: The most common cause of a gastric lesion, when associated with liver lesions is a gastric malignancy. Gastroscopy and biopsy should be performed. This should be followed by a PET/CAT fi gastric bx is +. Scan will guide as to whether liver lesions are benign or malignant. Regardless, a gastric neoplasm should be resected and later the liver lesions can be addressed for chemoembolization. ...Read more
Stomach bloating and pain that occurs Only at night after meals while laying down. What could it be? Can a benign liver tumor be the cause somehow ?
Stomach pain: Please see your doctor as soon as possible! ...Read more
Had no discomfort from my fibroid tumor until i used my dildo.Now my lower stomach is sore.It didn't hurt when i was using it.Why is this ?
5 yr healthy f frequent urination for a wk dr did urinalysis normal should I worry about tumor pressing on bladder he felt her stomach ok what to do?
Frequent Urination: It appears that a UTI is ruled out, but sometimes diet, especially certain foods high in sugars when they are digested and, of course, sweet beverages, will make her urinate more. A tumor is vanishingly remote as a possible cause, but there could be developmental issues with her urethra or bladder that contribute. If the sx don't clear, i suggest an evaluation by a urologist. ...Read more
What is the risk of having multifocal carcinoid tumors in stomach and duodenal type-1 and what is the latest news about available treatments?
REcurrence: Type i gastric carcinoids are the most common and usually do not metastasize. They require careful surveillance with endoscopic resection for the smaller lesions and antrectomy for multifocal and larger recurrences. Reduction of gastrin levels felt to be helpful. ...Read more
I have a lump on my stomach it looks like a bug bite it has a small hole & it itch really bad & it's red and sore is it a bug bite or a fatty tumor?
The fact that it itches and has a small hole in the middle leads me to it is an insect or bug bite. Disinfect and then try a steroid creme.
If this doesn't help see your dr! ...Read more
How fast does wilms tumor grow and after 6 months would it be noticed by a physical exam of the stomach or would the ultrasound show wilms tumor after 6 months thanks very much?
Here are some...: Do you have a strong family history of Wilm's tumor, which is very rare? Does the child you might have concerned have congenital anomalies like retardation, defect of iris, etc. ? If so, repeat US every 4 - 6 months up to age 8. Besides such, it is not practical to do screening US for all children due to the fear to have Wilm's tumor. So, ask the doctor for individual detail. Best wish to health.. ...Read more
Possibly: One would want to know more specifically the nature of the abdominal symptoms. Certainly, patients with brain tumors can have abdominal symptoms primarily nausea and vomiting. This is from increased intracranial pressure from the tumor. The patient can also have increased gastric acid secretion from the increased intracranial pressure from the brain tumor. ...Read more
I have a noncancer brain tumor on 5, 6, 7 if its not on 10 nerve would it cause stomach and colon problems?
I have a brain tumor on nerves 5, 6, 7..I've been having a lot of stomach and colon problems i've had all kinds of tests . Could it be the 10 nerve?
Maybe, but: Medication to treat the brain tumor or irradiation could cause G.I. Problems, so best to further discuss with your doctor. Unlikely that a focal tumor you describe would affect the anatomy as mentioned, but this can be seen with carcinomatous meningitis, which is not what you seem to possess. ...Read more
Can a brain tumor cause problems in other parts of the body? (ex: stomach ulcers, sickness) if a brain tumor is present near the optical part of the brain, can it cause problems in the body such as sickness?
I have chronic pancreatitus and I have had a gist tumor. Last 8 months I have been having a lot of stomach pain and painful blisters pn buttocks?
Please make sure you have a medical oncologist evaluated you and you will need to have lab tests and radiographic imaging of ct scan chest, abdomen & pelvis.
The good news there is oral medicine Gleevec (imatinib) will will clear your gist tumor.
Also novartis pharmaceutical which make this drug they can help you if you do not have health insurance or if youe insurance will only cover 80%. ...Read more
When I sit up on my bed, I feel queezy on my stomach, dizzy headed no spinning. Eyes get tight and feel spaced out. I lay down goes away. Brain tumor?
I’ve been waking up nauseous and throw up stomach acid. Had brain ct scan. Could that miss brain tumor?
What are the chanses of brain tumor when neuro test good (vision refl)and symptoms re leg hand back hip pain leg weakness stomach pain and little hd?
Unlikely: The symptoms you are describing are not strong predictors for the presence of a primary brain tumor. ...Read more
Confused about abdominal ultrasound. I know it sees the abdominal area but does it also see the colon, stomach and si for any masses or tumors?
Abdominal ultrasound: There are multiple diagnostic tests that doctors can order to evaluate for abdominal complaints. The abdominal ultrasound uses sound waves to penetrate the abdominal wall, and like a fish finder, shows a picture of what's under the skin. The problem with ultrasound waves, is that they don't penetrate air very well, so organs containing air, like the intestine and stomach don't show up very well. ...Read more