Signs & Symptoms of Kidney Cancerby Nirmal Patel Degital Marketing Manager
‘Cancer’ is the most & dangerous prevalent word that can send you & your family member fearful news. Cancer can be lethal, if not detected at an early stage. We at AIMS are dedicated to discovering and treating kidney cancers. We have made a list of kidney cancer symptoms that you need to watch out for. If you feel you may possess the same signs, then hop into our kidney cancer unit, where we can start treating you with the latest technology intensification for cancer patients.
The Signs & Symptoms of Kidney Cancer
- Traces of blood in urine (hematuria)
- Injury Unrelated lower back pain on either side
- Lump or a mass protruding from the lower back
- Extreme fatigue
- Loss of weight
- Stagnant Fever not relating to a particular infection
- Low RBC count or Anemia
AIMS Hospital is well-reputed cancer treating unit/kidney care department, we specialize in kidney cancer treatment. Our multidisciplinary staff is well experienced in treating cancer with the perfect combination of medicine and patient care. Our cancer-fighting team consists of a medical oncologist, uro-oncologist, and onco pathologist, where constant brainstorming is carried with adherence to international cancer treatment guidelines.
AIMS Hospital treatment stages:
Early treatment stages:
In case the cancer is in its starting stages, the surgeon will normally remove the affected part of the kidney that has the traces of cancer. However, in such cases where the cancer has a high risk of spreading, then the whole kidney is removed.
Local Advance cancer:
In case the cancer is extremely large or has disseminated across to any lymph nodes and has still not reached other organs or body parts, then targeted therapy through surgery is the principal resolution for any cancer treatment. We either use targeted drug therapy or immunotherapy, which diminishes the chance of the cancer returning.
Metastatic/Secondary cancer (Advanced Cancer)
The prime treatment for this cancer s targeted therapy. Generally, used to shrink any formation of cancer and help control the symptoms and spread. Radiotherapy is often used to help relieve a patient from symptoms of advanced kidney cancer.
People who are more prone to kidney cancer are:
- Anyone above 40 years of age
- Smokers and passive smokers
- Higher risk in men than in women
- Over counter Drugs and prescriptions
- Long-Term Painkillers
- Papillary renal cell carcinoma
- Genetic caused Von Hippel- Lindau (vhl)
- Hereditary Kidney Cancer
- High Blood Pressure
- Chemical Exposure like cadmium, organic solvents, asbestos, benzene, etc.
Prevention is better than cure, for a diagnosis walk into AIMS hospital and gets a clear report on where you stand. Stay safe and healthy because your life is everything.
Created on Dec 27th 2017 06:00. Viewed 417 times.