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The mucus-producing cells that line the stomach are where most gastrointestinal cancers begin. Adenocarcinoma is the medical term for this type of cancer. Globally, rates of cancer in the main part of the stomach (stomach body) have been declining for several decades. Cancer in the area where the top of the stomach (cardia) meets the lower end of the swallowing tube (oesophagus) has become much more common during the same time period. The gastroesophageal junction is the name given to this area of the stomach.

Gastro-Intestinal (GI) cancer refers to cancers that affect the digestive system. Cancers of the oesophagus, gallbladder and biliary tract, liver, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, bowel (large intestine or colon and rectum), and anus are examples of this.

Almost everyone has experienced a stomachache at some point in their lives for a variety of reasons. Because it is so common, it is generally not taken seriously. A stomach ache, on the other hand, can be an indication of a far more serious problem, such as digestive tract complications, colitis, or even cancer.

Symptoms of Gastrointestinal Cancer

  • Indigestion or heartburn
  • Appetite problems
  • Swelling or fluid accumulation in the abdomen
  • Pain in the abdomen (belly).
  • Symptoms of Nausea and Vomiting
  • Weight reduction (without trying)
  • A feeling of fullness in the upper abdomen following a small meal

GI Cancer Risk Factor

  • Polyps in the stomach
  • Long-term stomach inflammation
  • A diet high in salty and smoked foods
  • Smoking
  • Anemia due to Pernicious Anemia
  • Fruits and vegetables are scarce in the FA diet.
  • Stomach cancer in the family

GI Cancer Stages

  • Stage I:Cancer has spread to the inner layer of the stomach wall.
  • Stage II:Cancer has spread to the stomach's outer muscular layers.
  • Stage III:Cancer has spread through all of the muscle layers and into the connective tissue outside the stomach, as well as into nearby organs or structures.
  • Stage IV:Cancer has spread to the liver and the inside of the abdomen at this stage. It can also spread to the lungs in rare cases.

Dr. Peush Bajpai is a gastroenterologist (GI) cancer specialist surgeon in Dwarka, Delhi, India. Call us at +91-8527207978 to schedule an appointment for (Gynecological) GI Cancer Treatment in Delhi.

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