General FAQS of Stomach Cancer Treatment
Stomach cancer is further described as:
Adenocarcinoma: It is the most common type of cancer that occurs in the inner mucosal layer of the stomach.
Lymphoma: This type of cancer occurs in the immune system tissues but sometimes occur in the stomach also.
Gastrointestinal stromal stomach Tumour: This type of cancer occurs in the inner wall of the stomach called interstitial cells of Cajal.
Carcinoid stomach tumour: In this type, the cells multiply and cause cancer in the hormone-making cells and do not spread in other areas of the body parts.
Rare stomach cancer: These starts only in the stomach like squamous cell carcinoma, small cell carcinoma, and leiomyosarcoma.
The stomach cancer surgeons will detect stomach cancer based on:
- Improper food
- Ulcer due to smoky and salty food
- Abdomen pain
- Nausea and vomiting with and without blood
- Swelling in abdomen
Oesophagogastrectomy: As per our experts, some part of the stomach and food pipe is removed. In this procedure, the lymph nodes will be removed because these are the primary sources from where cancer starts in the stomach.
Laparoscopic Surgery: In this, the laparoscope gets connected with the camera, and then the camera shows all the internal activity. It is the most common surgical technique performed by our expert surgeons, and it does not take much time to complete the surgery also.
The stomach cancer surgeon at stage I will recommend you to undergo surgery.
- Check-up is recommended.
- Changes in eating habits.
- Changes in the sedentary lifestyle.
Stomach cancer always affects our immune and digestive system. Our poor appetite sometimes leads to stomach cancer. After diagnosis, if the cancer is treated in the early stage, the patient need not undergo any surgery, but later, the results can be severe.
In India: 2-3 months
In Hospital: Depends on sessions
Stomach cancer costs $2,500-$3,000, and further, it also depends upon the number of sessions.