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  1. El cáncer de estómago o cáncer gástrico es un tipo de crecimiento celular maligno con capacidad de invasión y destrucción de otros tejidos y órganos, causando cerca de un millón de muertes en el mundo anualmente. 1 2

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    Stomach cancer is often either asymptomatic (producing no noticeable symptoms) or it may cause only nonspecific symptoms (which may also be present in other related or unrelated disorders) in its early stages. By the time symptoms are recognized, the cancer has often reached an advanced stage (see below) and may have metastasized (spread to other, ...

    Gastric cancer can occur as a result of many factors. It occurs twice as commonly in males as females. Estrogenmay protect women against the development of this form of cancer.

    To find the cause of symptoms, the doctor asks about the patient's medical history, does a physical examination, and may order laboratory studies.The patient may also have one or all of these exams: 1. Gastroscopic exam is the diagnostic method of choice. This involves insertion of a fibre opticcamera into the stomach to visualise it. 2. Upper GI s...

    Getting rid of H. pylori in those who are infected decreases the risk of stomach cancer, at least in those who are Asian. A 2014 meta-analysis of observational studies found that a diet high in fruits, mushrooms, garlic, soybeans, and green onions was associated with a lower risk of stomach cancer in the Korean population. Low doses of vitamins, es...

    Cancer of the stomach is difficult to cure unless it is found at an early stage (before it has begun to spread). Unfortunately, because early stomach cancer causes few symptoms, the disease is usually advanced when the diagnosis is made. Treatment for stomach cancer may include surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy. New treatment approaches s...

    The prognosis of stomach cancer is generally poor, because the tumor has often metastasized by the time of discovery, and most people with the condition are elderly (median age is between 70 and 75 years) at presentation.The average life expectancy after being diagnosed is around 24 months, and the five-year survival rate for stomach cancer is less...

    Worldwide, stomach cancer is the fifth most-common cancer with 952,000 cases diagnosed in 2012. It is more common both in men and in developing countries. In 2012, it represented 8.5% of cancer cases in men, making it the fourth-most common cancer in men. Also in 2012, the number of deaths was 700,000, having decreased slightly from 774,000 in 1990...

    The stomach is a muscular organ of the gastrointestinal tract that holds food and begins the digestive process by secreting gastric juice. The most common cancers of the stomach are adenocarcinomas, but other histological types have been reported. Signs vary, but may include vomiting (especially if blood is present), weight loss, anemia, and lack o...

  2. Fallecidos por cáncer de estómago‎ (1 cat, 213 págs.) Páginas en la categoría «Cáncer de estómago» Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 3 páginas:

  3. Páginas en la categoría «Fallecidos por cáncer de estómago» Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 200 páginas, de un total de 214: (página anterior) ( página siguiente) A Carlos Abascal Mari Ábrego Luis Aguilé José Alencar Alirio López Abulfat Aliyev Jacques Anquetil Pablo Aranda Ruiz Humberto Arango B James Baldwin Hugo Ball Adolfo Ballivián

  4. Cáncer de estómago está disponible en 57 idiomas. Volver a Cáncer de estómago. Idiomas. azərbaycanca; Bahasa Indonesia; Bahasa Melayu; català; dansk