What are early signs of cancer

By | December 19, 2011

Early signals of gastric cancer, gastric cancer incidence is a gradual process, from the stomach of a cancerous parts of the cells gradually, to a certain degree of clinical signs and symptoms appear, is a very slow process. Normal cells in different long-term effect of carcinogens into cancer cells, is a gradual process from quantitative to qualitative change. We can call this gradual change in pre-cancerous stage, some associated with cancer have a clear precancerous lesions called.
Early signals of gastric cancer, gastric cancer is the evolution of pre-preparation stage, some of the common stomach problems, such as Helicobacter pylori infection, chronic atrophic gastritis, chronic gastric ulcer, gastric polyp, residual gastritis, etc., may mean that this phase start. Of course, "precancerous" and "precancerous lesion" does not mean the future will inevitably develop into cancer, but cancer of the underlying trend and significantly increased risk of a sign. Most precancerous lesions will be "long-term potential," or even "repent", fade recovery. Only a very small part of the continued development eventually become cancer.
We do not need to worry about gastric precancerous lesions, as long as your doctor and take good treatment, in general, can "good luck" in the. However, when you are doing endoscopic pathology or X-ray examination found the following results, we must attract enough attention, and early signs of cancer:
moderate or severe dysplasia;
colon epithelial metaplasia;
ulcers, lesions larger than 2 cm in diameter, especially in the lesser curvature of the Ministry of gastric ulcers and a longer time;
Adenomatous, sessile or more than 2 cm in diameter, larger stomach polyps;
accompanied by intestinal metaplasia, in particular the emergence of severe atypical hyperplasia in atrophic gastritis.
You do not need to know these medical terms mean the above, need to tell you is: Even if the above happens is still not saying that to a certain quest for gastric cancer. You have to do is review with a doctor on a regular basis, and closely observe whether they will change, and to take active treatment.

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