Early symptoms of esophageal cancer

By | April 3, 2012

Early esophageal cancer from the pathological point of view, including carcinoma in situ and early invasive cancer. Infiltration of the muscle wall does not meet the food, the symptoms of these patients without lymph node metastasis tend to be mild, disappeared the sustainable 1_3 years.
Early symptoms of esophageal cancer (1) choke swallowing Terrier sense: only mild discomfort swallowing, generally into the normal diet does not affect health, and sometimes a sense of stagnation when swallowing food. Epithelial lesions confined within this time, not involving the esophageal wall muscle and swallow the food does not affect the onset of symptoms of inflammatory edema and esophageal tumor, esophageal twins recover from illness and other factors, symptoms often associated with fluctuations in the patient's emotional , agitation, the stems increased sense of choking, recover from illness lasting twin; emotional calm, the sense of light stems choke.
Early symptoms of esophageal cancer (2) chest pain or nausea margin expansion uncomfortable: About half of the patients complained when swallowing chest pain or mild discomfort Fullness. More rough in swallowing hard food, hot or spicy food with the disease when the pain was, into the flow of food, warm food less pain, pain when swallowing esophagus, into the disappearance of pain relief after eating, there are also severe pain in individual patients, was continued of the patients perceived pain location and esophageal lesions inconsistent. Most of these symptoms can be temporary relief from drug therapy, a few days or a few months later, the patient took place undue consumption of mood swings, recurring for a long time.
Early symptoms of esophageal cancer (3) esophageal foreign body sensation: the patient feel like a grain of rice within the esophagus or vegetable slices attached at the esophageal wall, do not swallow and spit out, has nothing to do with eating, even if not to swallow a foreign body sensation also, foreign body sense of the site consistent with esophageal lesions.
Early symptoms of esophageal cancer (4), dry throat, flu and throat shrink: 1 / 3 of patients the main demolition throat dry and tight, feeling bad swallowing, a slight pain, into the food especially dry or rough, this drying tight places with a sense of feeling may be caused by inflammation, edema, pharyngeal and esophageal lesions caused by the throat and esophagus to reduce shrinkage in the gland.
Early symptoms of esophageal cancer (5) when the slow food through the sense of feeling and retention: when the food through the esophagus, the perceived slow down food and have to stay a sense of nature has nothing to do with food, drinking water, have the same feeling. In addition some patients with back heavy, warm gas and other symptoms.
In short, there are some clinical symptoms of early esophageal cancer, such as: dysphagia, swallowing with obstacles, rub pain or pain, feeling of stagnation, Nick inverse, warm air frequently, or spit out the phlegm, saliva with bloodshot eyes, chest, back a burning sensation or pain, cries of sound change, tend to reduce weight. And saw into the moderate to moderate chronic esophagitis esophageal erosion and so on.
Clinically, these symptoms may appear a symptom may also be found in a variety of symptoms, usually in the first place some symptoms after treatment, although temporary relief or disappear, but the symptoms can still be found later, as the disease continuous development of increased symptoms or other symptoms happen again. Clinical symptoms of early esophageal cancer pathology and the type of early esophageal cancer, HIDDEN mild symptoms, erosive severe symptoms, papillary patients with plaque-type sense of the emergence of noise stems swallowing or esophageal foreign body sensation inside. Data is reported that more than half of patients with onset of symptoms to diagnosis time in more than one year, some for four years early on to make the correct diagnosis of early esophageal cancer treatment to the right of clinical significance.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *