Oral Cancer Treatment

Oral cancer can affect areas such as the tongue, lips, cheeks, soft and hard layer of palate, mouth’s floor, pharynx and sinuses. In advanced stages of oral cancer, chemotherapy and target therapy are used in combination to treat the severely affected individuals. Indications such as swelling or thickening of the cheeks or lumps, erosions of the lips, gums or any other parts of the mouth can be symptoms of oral cancer.

Oral cancer can affect areas such as the tongue, lips, cheeks, soft and hard layer of palate, mouth’s floor, pharynx and sinuses. In advanced stages of oral cancer, chemotherapy and target therapy are used in combination to treat the severely affecte ... More

Health Q&A
My grandpa suffered from liver carcinoma

Res sir, my grandpa suffered from liver carcinoma and it spreads to the lungs and spinal card,we had done 2 dose chemotheraphy,he had got more than pain,and he is also diabettic and hypertension person,and Hepatitis B also positive,and he has 64 age,and he doesnot know his problem,and he is fully weaked,now small wound is there in right leg and stop the chemo

Ex-cancer patient

He had cancer before 8years & cured with 7 sessions of chemo therapy . He loves non veg and want to start eat non veg again. Is it advisable for him or not ?

CA MAXILLA

Ir, we ve conducted biopsy test on 05 jan 17, the report shows granulation tissue and conducted CT scan on 27 jan 17, it shows carcinoma t4a n1 Mo. Again kolkata command hospital doctors took sample for biopsy on 04 feb 17. The biopsy report on 14 feb says "section shows multiple tissue bits with intense acute inflammatory infiltrate with florid prolifirating blood vessels lined by plump endothelial cells. Stoma is endematous with presence of histocytes and occasional epitheloid cells. Confluent areas of necrosis seen. No evidence of malignancy noted.". Now today they are conducting one more biopsy. My doubt is CT Scan report on 30 jan says T4a N1 Mo. by the time Biopsy report comes after 10 days...wouldn't this decease and tumour grow and became risc to life. I want to ask how fast this tumour grow. Will this 15 days become more risk to life or not to worry?

Phyllodes benign tumor

Had lump in right breast since 1 month..consulted local doctor...was diagnosed as fibroadenoma of size 2cm through USG and FNAC..Local incision was taken by local doctor and the lump was removed... Biopsy showed benign phyllodes tumors as diagnosis... Should I follow wait and watch policy for its recurrence and then undergo surgery again or should I undergo wide local incision again immediately to prevent recurrence??? Report of Biopsy-"tumour having features of benign phyllodes tumour. Focally normal breast parenchyma is identified. Section is negative for granulomas or malignancy. Impression-benign phyllodes tumour"

Benign phyllodes tumor

Had lump in right breast since 1 month..consulted local doctor...was diagnosed as fibroadenoma of size 2cm through USG and FNAC..Local incision was taken by local doctor and the lump was removed... Biopsy showed benign phyllodes tumors as diagnosis... Should I follow wait and watch policy for its recurrence and then undergo surgery again or should I undergo wide local incision again immediately to prevent recurrence???

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