In the text, you will read the following information:
- What is liver hemangioma;
- Risk of malignant cancer transformation of hemangioma;
- When is the operative treatment required;
- When does follow-up care proceed;
- What is dyspepsia;
- What causes dyspepsia;
- Treatment at National Center of Surgery.
Liver hemangioma is a congenital disease. It’s benign cancer and is the most common among the liver cancers. Doctors call it vascular malformation as well.
Acquired hemangioma doesn’t exist, it’s always congenital. Albeit, the cause is unknown.
Small liver hemangioma is asymptomatic and the patient might have it for life without causing any harm. There’s no risk of malignant cancer transformation.
Operative treatment is discussed when dealing with giant hemangioma because there’s a big risk of a rupture.
One more indicator of operation is the superficial hemangioma. If the mass is located on the surface, the risk of the rupture is bigger.
In your case, it needs to be clarified – What’s the size of hemangioma?
In the case of small hemangioma, monitoring and scheduled ultrasound studies are completely enough.
It’s a collective term that refers to digestive disorders that are mostly functional and is used when pathological condition develops as a result of digestive ferment insufficiency and prolonged malnutrition. It occurs when using mostly protein-based products in your meal, especially mutton and pork, which are digested slowly in the intestine. Fatty dyspepsia is caused by fats that are hard-to-digest, especially high-melting fats. The disorder of the motor function of the digestive tract obstructs normal food processing and contributes to the development of dyspepsia. For defining the method of treatment, we advise you to see a surgeon at our clinic, who will provide comprehensive information on treatment after objective evaluation of the medical data.
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