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GI CANCER TREATMENT

The best way to prevent gastrointestinal cancer is to find out if it has been diagnosed or if you are showing signs of it. Dr. Darshan Patel, the first National Board-Certified GI Cancer Surgeon in Surat, Gujarat, is a trusted expert in the field.

Gastric cancer is a cancer of the stomach. In contrast, gastrointestinal cancer refers to cancers that affect the GI tract: the Esophagus (food pipe), Stomach, Colorectal (most common), Liver, Pancreas, and Gall bladder.

If you notice any of the following symptoms, contact Dr. Darshan Patel for an accurate medical diagnosis. Gastrointestinal cancer or GI cancer is difficult to detect because it presents late. Patients often confuse the symptoms with regular indigestion and bloating.

  • Anaemia, Anorexia and Unintended Weight Loss (> 5 kg in 3 months or > 10 kg in 6 months)
  • Low-Grade Fever
  • Difficulty in swallowing Food
  • Black Vomiting or Blood in Vomit
  • Passage of Blood or Mucus in Stool
  • Abdominal Pain, Abdominal Distention or Swelling
  • Passage of Black-Colored Stool
  • Diarrhea or Constipation
  • Jaundice
  • Back pain

WHICH TYPE OF SURGERY IS USED TO TREAT GASTROINTESTINAL CANCERS?

Early detection of gastro intestinal cancer is crucial. If the medical reports confirm the presence of a type of GI cancer, Dr. Darshan Patel  will recommend surgery. He is experienced in key hole surgery (laparoscopic surgery), which leaves minimal scarring and allows for quick recovery. Gastrointestinal cancer surgery includes:

1. CANCER OF THE ESOPHAGUS

When malignant cells grow in the oesophagus, it is called esophageal cancer. People who are hooked to tobacco and alcohol are more likely to get esophageal cancer. Additionally, if you have Barrett’s oesophagus, your risk of cancer increases. The doctor will remove a portion of the organ or the entire organ depending on the spread of the disease during esophageal surgery, also known as esophageal resection.

a. TTE (Trans Throat Esophagectomy) – It’s carried out through the chest. A segment of the oesophagus and a section of the stomach are frequently removed by the doctor. After the tumours are removed, the remaining sections of the oesophagus and stomach are rejoined.

TTE (Trans Thoracic Esophagectomy) – This procedure is done through the chest. A segment of the oesophagus and a section of the stomach are frequently removed by the doctor. After the tumours are removed, the remaining sections of the oesophagus and stomach are rejoined.

b. Transhiatal Esophagectomy (THE) – Through an abdominal incision and a minor incision on the left side of the neck, the doctor will remove the cancerous tumour. There will be no chest incision in this case.

c. Left thoracoabdominal Esophagectomy – When a patient has gastric cancer that has spread to the oesophagus, the doctor may recommend a thoracic esophagectomy as well as a total gastrectomy. The left neck approach makes resection and rebuilding easier because it provides simple access to the GI tract.

 2  CANCER OF STOMACH
 
When a malignant growth is discovered in the stomach region, it is referred to as stomach cancer or gastric cancer. The doctor will have to remove a portion or all of the stomach as part of the stomach cancer treatment. Gastrectomy is the name of the surgical procedure.
a. Radical (D2) Distal Gastrectomy – For advanced stomach cancer patients, distal gastroplasty with D2 lymph node dissection is frequently required. The doctor will repair the GI tract after the surgery. A laparoscopic distal gastrectomy can result in minimal scarring depending on the patient’s health.
b. Radical (D2) Total Gastrectomy — Because the cancer has progressed throughout the stomach, the entire stomach is removed. In addition to the organ, the doctor will have to remove nearby lymph nodes, esophageal parts, and small intestine segments.

3. CANCER SURGERY FOR GIST (GASTROINTESTINAL STROMAL TUMORS) & NET (NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS)

GIST (Gastro Intestinal Stomal Tumors) are rare malignancies that begin in the interstitial cells of Cajal, which line the GI tract’s walls (ICCs). The size and growth of the tumour, as well as its location, will be studied by the doctor before recommending cancer surgery for GIST. If the tumour is tiny, a laparoscopic procedure can be used to remove it.
Neuroendocrine tumours are malignant growths that are apparent in the neuroendocrine cells of the digestive tract. Dr. Darshan Patel has treated GISTs and NETs before. Because GISTs can contain blood veins, his expertise and experience will help him avoid excessive bleeding.


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