What is throat cancer?

  • Palate cancer A type of cancer that arises from epithelial cells in the palate. Palate cancer is the most common form of cancer among cancer in the head and neck area and one in ten cancer Most popular in Vietnam. Nasopharyngeal cancer can occur at any age but is common in men, especially between the ages of 20 and 65.

Causes and symptoms of throat cancer

Throat cancer

 

The cause of throat cancer

The exact cause leads throat cancer It is not yet known, but scientists have confirmed a number of related factors such as the environment, Epstein Barr virus (EBV), genetics or a combination of these reasons. Age of throat cancer is usually from 20 to 65 years old, more male than female, scientific research and said the causes of throat cancer are as follows:

 1. Canceru dome hOohng do ydullutOoh go tracingn

- From the review place throat cancer There are different levels of frequency among different ethnic groups in the world It is thought that the cause of K dome is related to genetic factors based on HLA antigen system. If your parent has ever had one throat cancer then you are likely throat cancer will be high.

 2. Canceru dome hOohby Virus huuuuEpstein Barr lymphoma

Epstein Barr lymphoma virus, a human virus, belongs to the Herpes group, which causes Burkitt lymphoma in Africa. Recently it has been found that EBV is frequently present (100) in K arch lesions.

3. Due to the environmentOhng

Exposure to toxic chemicals, pesticides, radiation ... Low living conditions.

 4. Canceru dome hOohdue to t¬p bars

The habit of smoking, drinking alcohol. Habits of eating foods to make melon and fish sauce; deep fried, castor foods, moist foods. Burn lots of smoke flavor. Nitrogenamine concentration of K people was found to be higher than that of normal people.

 6. Nitrosamine = Nitrite amine

Nitrites are found in radishes, mustard greens, and cabbage when fermented pickles convert nitrate to nitrite.

Symptoms and treatment process of throat cancer

Due to symptoms of sufferers throat cancer atypical and relatively similar to common ear, nose and throat diseases such as nasal congestion, congestion, tinnitus, earwax, hearing loss, etc., so early detection of disease is relatively difficult.

In the early stages, up to 80 patients with nasopharyngeal cancer experience a diffuse, dull headache, often on one side of the head. Tinnitus accounts for 70 cases, most tinnitus on one ear, always as there are ticks, asphyxiation on one side of the nose is severe, sometimes mild, sometimes nosebleed. In the late stages, people suffer from constant headache, sometimes severe pain. Increasing tinnitus leads to hearing loss or deafness. Nasal congestion is severe and often comes from nosebleeds.

Organization of throat cancer when invasive to the base of the skull (late stage) can cause damage to the cranial nerves. Usually 80 patients are diagnosed with cervical lymph node cancer when diagnosed with throat cancer. Lymph nodes are usually located on the same side as the tumor. Among them, there were more than 60 patients with cervical lymph nodes at the beginning and because of this abnormal lymph node, the patient went to see a doctor.

When there is nasopharyngeal cancer, the tests to be done are cytological and histopathological. Cytological diagnosis is made by taking a scraped cell of a tumor with a cotton swab, or inserting a small needle into the ganglion to get fewer cells, fixed on the slide, stained and then examined on an optical microscope with a magnification of 100 to 1,000 times. Histopathological diagnosis is to take a small piece in a tumor organization or suspicion of a tumor, or take a neck nodule with a special stapler. The biopsy array is fixed with a specialized solution, then buried in paraffin and then cut thinly 3-4 parts per millimeter, stained and examined under an optical microscope.

In addition, other tests can be done such as: skull X-ray, computerized tomography, chest X-ray, liver ultrasound, immunoassay for the EBV virus.

Nasopharyngeal cancer is treated primarily with radiation. Late cases have a combination of chemotherapy. To treat metastases to lymph nodes, bones, lungs, liver ..., depending on the case, you can use resection method in combination with radiation or chemicals. One of the most effective treatment aids that should be combined with modern medicine in the process of treating throat cancer is to use Ganoderma pure.

 

Green Lim Mushroom - Ho Chi Minh City University of Agriculture and Forestry. HCM

Green Lim mushroom supports the treatment of nasopharyngeal cancer very well

The use of Ganoderma in support of the treatment of throat cancer, hypertension, hepatitis, fatty liver, diabetes ...

Dr. Nguyen Van Hieu, Deputy Dean - Faculty of Science, University of Agriculture and Forestry, in charge of Linh Chi Agriculture and Forestry Project (www.linhchinonglam.com), said the use of Ganoderma in treating diseases, Dr. Hieu said:

 “The unique structure of Ganoderma is the composition of all kinds of trace minerals (119 substances), of which some minerals such as organic Germanium, vanadium, chromium… polysaccharides and triterpenoids… have been confirmed. is an important factor for strengthening resistance, Ganoderma Lucidum helps to strengthen the immune system, support the body's condition, especially polysarccharides in Ganoderma Lucidum has the effect of controlling the growth. development of abnormal cells (carcinogens, tumors), so Ganoderma lucidum is also used in the treatment of cancers and after chemotherapy, radiotherapy ...

Red Ganoderma fruit helps support cancer treatment

Dr. Hieu recommends reishi mushroom daily as a drink to help prevent and support the treatment of nasopharyngeal cancer as well as hepatitis, hypertension, diabetes ...

 

 

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