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What is Stomach Cancer?
Stomach cancer is a type of cancer characterized by abnormal and uncontrolled growth of stomach cells. Stomach cancer usually arises from the gastric mucosa, which are the cells lining the lining of the stomach. Due to genetic mutations in these cells, the normal cell cycle is disrupted and cancerous cells form. Esophageal cancer usually begins with abnormal growth of cells in the inner wall of the esophagus and turns into cancer cells over time. This type of cancer is generally more common in older ages and in men.
What are the symptoms?
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STAGES OF STOMACH CANCER
It is the surgical removal of the cancerous stomach area and surrounding affected tissues. Surgical treatment can be performed in different ways, such as gastric resection (partial or complete removal of the stomach) or gastrectomy (stomach is removed and the small intestine is rearranged), depending on the spread and size of the cancer and the general health of the patient.
Frequently asked Questions
Stomach cancer can be diagnosed through methods such as physical examination, blood tests, imaging tests (endoscopy, x-ray, MRI), biopsy and pathological examinations.
Stomach cancer surgery can be performed by partial or complete removal of the stomach, depending on the spread and stage of the cancer. A surgery known as gastrectomy may be performed by removing the stomach and rearranging the small intestine.
Recommendations such as choosing small and frequent meals, consuming liquids, consuming soft and pureed foods and foods with high nutritional value, avoiding spicy, fatty and acidic foods, adequate protein intake, and taking the needed vitamins and minerals should be taken into consideration.
Vegetables, fruits and whole grains should be preferred with a healthy diet, salty and processed foods should be limited, tobacco and alcohol use should be stopped, Helicobacter pylori infection should be treated, regular exercise should be done and stress should be avoided.