Causes And Ways To Overcome Retroperitoneal Sarcoma?
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Sarcoma is a malignant tumor or cancer that grows in connective tissue, such as muscles, bones, nerves, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and fat and fibrous tissue. Retroperitoneal sarcoma is a sarcoma that grows in the retroperitoneum. Retroperitoneum is an area in the abdominal or abdominal cavity that is located behind the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity.
Patients with retroperitoneal sarcoma will complain of palpable lumps in the abdomen or abdomen appear enlarged, abdominal pain, easy to fill even though eating little, weight loss and appetite. Symptoms that appear can vary depending on the size of the malignant tumor and stage of the disease.
As for the complaints experienced by your friend, this is not necessarily a symptom of retroperitoneal sarcoma. Some diseases with the same symptoms that you mentioned, namely:
1. Gastrointestinal inflammation, such as gastritis or inflammation of the stomach, khorn disease and others.
2. Benign tumors of the abdomen / stomach.
3. And others.
We recommend that you bring your friend consult with the closest doctor. The doctor will conduct a medical interview and a thorough physical examination. If necessary the doctor will recommend that you do a supporting examination, such as routine blood tests. If symptoms are found in the direction of an illness that requires specialist treatment, then you will be referred to an internist or oncologist (if your complaint is suspected to be due to a tumor). A specialist doctor may perform an abdominal X-ray and endoscopy if necessary. Later your friend will get treatment according to the cause of the disease.
Meanwhile, adjust your diet to be regular, which is more than 3 times a day. Eat a little but often. Avoid consuming spicy, sour, flavorful foods, chocolate, coffee and alcohol.
Thus hopefully useful.