STOMACH CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE
When stomach cells start to grow out of control, stomach cancer, also known as gastric cancer, starts to develop. Understanding the normal structure and operation of the stomach is helpful in understanding stomach cancer. An essential component of the digestive system is the stomach, an organ with a sac-like appearance. Food enters the oesophagus, a tube that carries it through the throat and chest to the stomach, after being chewed and swallowed. At the gastroesophageal (GE) junction, which is just below the diaphragm, the oesophagus connects to the stomach (the thin sheet of breathing muscle under the lungs). After that, the stomach begins to break down the food by secreting gastric juice. The food and gastric juice are combined, and then the mixture is emptied into the duodenum, which is the first segment of the small intestine. Some people refer to the belly region as the "stomach." The abdomen is the medical term for this region. For instance, some people who experience pain in this area might describe it as a "stomach ache" when, in reality, the pain may originate from another organ nearby. Because the stomach is only one of the many organs in the abdomen, doctors would refer to this symptom as "abdominal pain." Unlike cancers of the colon, rectum (large intestine), liver, pancreas, or small intestine, which can develop in the abdomen, stomach cancer is unique. These cancers may present with a variety of symptoms, prognoses, and treatments. Usually, stomach cancers grow slowly over many years. Precancerous changes frequently appear in the inner lining (mucosa) of the stomach before true cancer develops. Since these early alterations rarely have symptoms, they frequently go unnoticed. Different parts of the stomach can develop cancer at different times, which can result in a variety of symptoms and prognoses. Treatment options may vary depending on the location of cancer. For instance, cancers that develop into or begin at the GE junction are typically staged and treated similarly to oesophagal cancers.
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