Monday, June 22, 2020

Early signals of 12 common malignant tumors

(1) The lump is enlarged without pain or itching.

The appearance of lumps in any part of the body is painless and itchy, especially when it grows quickly, and it needs to be vigilant enough. In addition to chronic lymphadenitis, lymphadenopathy, papilloma, lipoma, etc., this phenomenon is also likely to be liposarcoma, thyroid cancer, and metastatic cancer.

(2) Chronic ulcers will not be cured for a long time.

Any part of the body, especially the mouth and extremities, if there is no trauma that can not be cured for a long time, special attention should be paid to skin cancer and buccal mucosal cancer.

(3) Poor swallowing and chest swelling.

When there is swelling behind the sternum or a foreign body sensation when eating, it is possible for esophagitis, cardia inflammation, and esophageal cancer. The esophageal mucus sloughing test and esophageal barium examination machine fiber endoscopy should be done in time.

(4) Noisy heart and full stomach.

The middle and upper abdomen is noisy or full of discomfort, or the stomach attacks have been frequent frequently for many years, and the medication is ineffective. It is necessary to check the gastric juice, gastroscopy, barium and so on in time to detect early gastric cancer in time.

(5) Pain and repeated attacks in the liver area.

Often there is pain in the right upper quadrant or recurrence of the original hepatitis, and the pain is intensified. AFP, B ultrasound, CT, etc. should be checked to identify hepatitis, cirrhosis, cysts, liver cancer, etc.

(6) Cough, phlegm and blood, chest pain and fever.

The cough is especially dry cough, which does not heal for a long time, or is accompanied by blood in the sputum, fever, and chest pain. Especially for people over 40 years of age and a long history of smoking, it is necessary to see a doctor, check it out, and find lung cancer early.

(7) Bloody nose, stuffy nose and tinnitus.

In the early morning, there is often cough and bleeding nose or unilateral nasal congestion, tinnitus, headache or accompanied by subauricular lymphadenopathy. The nasopharynx should be examined to find malignant tumors of the nasopharynx.

(8) Bloody stools become thin and deformed.

The stool is deformed and thinned with mucus, pus and blood, but it does not heal for a long time. In addition to considering hemorrhoids, dysentery and enteritis, it is also important to consider the possibility of colorectal cancer. Fecal occult blood and anal finger examination are particularly important.

(9) Breast lumps, nipple discharge.

Patients with fibroadenoma, intraductal papilloma, lobular hyperplasia, and breast cancer are generally likely. Generally, women are required to conduct self-examination in the middle of two menstrual periods, and use the method of palpation to flatten each part of the breast in a clockwise direction until a diagnosis is found.

(10) Leucorrhea increased, vaginal bleeding.

Irregular vaginal bleeding outside the menstrual period, bleeding during intercourse. Consider cervical inflammation and cancer.

(11) Painless hematuria occurs intermittently.

Bloody urine without pain, consider possible stones, tuberculosis, inflammation, cancer. Cystoscope and pyelography can be used as the main examination methods.

(12) Anemia and fever, large lymph nodes.

Unexplained anemia, fever, and lymphadenopathy should be promptly checked by blood analysis, chest X-ray, and lymph node puncture to identify anemia, tuberculosis, leukemia, and malignant lymphoma as soon as possible.

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