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Stomach carcinoma

frequent heartburn loss of appetite, sometimes accompanied by sudden weight loss constant bloating early satiety (feeling full after eating only a small amount) bloody stools jaundice excessive fatigue stomach pain, which may be worse after meals Chief Complaints dark stool from digested blood, indigestion, nausea, or vomiting blood

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distended stomach is a term usually used to refer to distension or swelling of the abdomen.Ascites is a symptom of another underlying cause. Abdominal swelling and associated weight gain are typical symptoms of ascites. Prognosis and outlook of ascites depend on the underlying condition. Assessment of the progress of ascites may be made by regularly measuring the abdominal girth and by monitoring,may me stomach chacer, pancreatic cancer,intake fluid and cell biopcy from stomach for cancer,blood test CBC, CA 125 LFT,than confirm stomach cancer present or not

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? STOMATCH PATHOLOGY .. ? MALIGNANCY .. NEED'S .. ONCOLOGISTS OPINION .. SURGICAL INTERVENTION.. CHEMOTHERAPY.. RADIOTHERAPY M..

Tnx Dr Ankita Singh
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?? CA STOMACH. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and line of treatment surgical intervention or palliative therapy depending on pt condition.

Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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distended stomach is a term usually used to refer to distension or swelling of the abdomen.Ascites is a symptom of another underlying cause. Abdominal swelling and associated weight gain are typical symptoms of ascites. Prognosis and outlook of ascites depend on the underlying condition. Assessment of the progress of ascites may be made by regularly measuring the abdominal girth and by monitoring,may me stomach chacer, pancreatic cancer,intake fluid and cell biopcy from stomach for cancer,blood test CBC, CA 125 LFT,than confirm stomach cancer present or not

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POSSIBLY ADVANCED CARCINOMA . . PYLORUS. STOMACH NEEDS UPPER GASTRO. ENDOSCOPY AND BIOPSY ALL. RELEVANT. EVALUATION

Case of C A Pylorus of stomach with nodes. Fairly Advanced. U G I Scopy and Biopsy.will give you the tissue diagnosis Most probably a palliative A G J . will be the only possible solution cocidering the fairly advanced Growth. Can try Palliative Chemo post Operative. Case with poor prognosis.

Cholecystitis Renal calculi Mild prostatomegaly Cystitis

Seems locally advanced, unresectable growth stomach. Needs histopathological diagnosis, for palliative therapy, if patient is fit for same Surgery is not an option due to involvement of duodenum and colon Needs supportive treatment

??CA Stomach stage IV There may be secondary deposits at porta hepatis resulting obstructive jaundice and also on paritel pleura causing asites l Adv---- UGI endoscpy and biopsy from groth Asites fluid cytology Mx- According to report .

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