Know Your Kidney Cancer & The Right Treatment For It

by Rudra Acharya Best Oncologist in India

Cancer is a fatal disease marked by the uncontrollable growth of cells that can start anywhere in your body and can easily start to other parts of your body. However, the cancer is named only after its place of origin and not to the part where it has spread. One such common type of cancer to occur in human is kidney cancer or renal carcinoma that starts in the kidneys and require best Kidney Cancer Treatment In Delhi. Every human has a pair of kidneys that are involved in the filtration of blood and excretion of waste out of your body on the from urine and is thus a vital part of the human body. Anybody who is suffering from the agony of kidney cancer has various questions on their mind but one of the most common questions is how fast will their kidney cancer spread? To answer this question first have a look at what kidney cancer is and how does it spread.

What Are Kidney Cancer & Its Types?

Kidney cancer is the uncontrolled growth of a renal cell that in its later stages spreads to other body parts. Thought renal cell carcinoma is the most common type of kidney cancer and constitutes around 95% of kidney cancers but there are some other types of kidney cancers such as urethral carcinoma,Wilms tumour, renal sarcoma and benign kidney tumours.

How Fast Does Kidney Cancer Spread To Other Body Parts?

As per various oncologists, kidney cancer is one of the fastest spreading cancer in humans and its rate of spreading is highest in the initial stages. This cancer is a little hard to detect in the initial state but can be cured completely. If left untreated this cancer can vigorously spread to other body parts.

How soon can you observe the symptoms of kidney cancer?  

The primary symptom of kidney cancer is the appearance of blood during urination, which might be a very insignificant amount hard to notice. As the disease progresses, one may observe symptoms such as fever, weight loss, high blood pressure may start to appear.

How is kidney cancer rate assessed?

Various stages of renal cancer are the most reliable marks for assessing the course of the disease and the surviving rates of the patients. Renal cancer is mainly divided into 4 stages, which are

Stage I: In this stage, the minimum number of cancer cells are found in the kidney

Stage II: In this stage, there is cancerous cell development in the body that has not reached the bloodstream yet.

Stage III: this is a crucial stage, where cancer has reached to the blood and the lymph node.

Stage IV: By this stage, cancer has become metastatic, where it spreads to the other parts of the body.

Can the growth of kidney cancer be slowed?

If diagnosed in stage 1 and stage 2, the progression of kidney cancer can be controlled considerably. The treatment is also dependent on the size and location of the tumour. Surgery along with targeted therapy is the first line of treatment that is given apart from radiation and chemotherapy. People in whom the cancer has spread beyond the kidneys might require multiple therapies for restricting the growth of cancerous cells.  

If you too want to slow down the rate of spreading of your kidney cancer then Dr. Rudra Acharya is the right name for you. Dr. Rudra Acharya is an eminent cancer surgeon having an experience of over 10 years. Dr. Rudra is currently serving as the senior consultant and head (surgical oncology) at the Max cancer centre, Max super speciality Hospital, New Delhi. Dr. Acharya uses the latest techniques for the treatment of stomach cancer, which meets the International standard at a very affordable price. Dr. Rudra’s dedication and commitment to treating cancer patients make him the Best Cancer Specialist In Delhi.  To know more and visit Dr. Acharya book an appointment with him today!

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