The patient was 52 years old and had diabetes. In the early stage of stomach discomfort, the skin and eyeball turned yellow. The examination result was that the bile duct was blocked. Now the hospital judges that it is likely to be a malignant tumor. The specific results need to be further examined. The doctor now suspects that it is a malignant tumor. 1. What is the impact of malignant tumor of biliary tract on the body? 2. If it is a malignant tumor, do you need to remove the gallbladder? Is the risk of removal great? Can you restore health after operation,. Is there any possibility of benign tumor or other things, such as polyps and stones,? It was found that the cure of early tumor was not great. In this case, if you only dredge the bile duct, do not cut out the bile duct, alleviate the yellowing of the skin, and let the bile circulate normally, can you ask professional doctors to solve my problems? Very important!!
Hello, combined with your description of the patient's condition, as well as the above imaging examination pictures, results and hematological examination results of the patient you sent, the indicators of carbohydrate antigen 199 tumor markers of the patient are significantly increased. Combined with the imaging examination description, we highly suspect the possibility of malignant tumor.
It is likely to be a malignant tumor originating from bile duct endothelial cells, such as cholangiocarcinoma. Tumor compression and obstruction of bile duct can lead to poor bile drainage, resulting in increased bilirubin, which will lead to liver function damage and jaundice. It is suggested to first conduct cholangiopancreatography to find the specific location of the tumor, judge the obstruction, and determine the location of surgical resection, the scope and mode of surgical resection. In addition, it is recommended to determine whether the operation can be performed, the risk of operation and whether it can be cured after operation. It depends on the nature of local lesions, whether they are benign or malignant. The cure rate of surgical resection of early tumors is relatively high, Implantation of biliary stent or drainage tube alone may alleviate the above symptoms, but if it is a malignant tumor of biliary tract, the above treatment alone can not be cured. Of course, it may also be caused by benign bile duct tumor or bile duct stone obstruction, which needs to be judged in combination with the above examination.
Common causes of obstructive jaundice include cholangitis stenosis, bile duct stones, biliary tract malignancies, and pancreatic cancer. If it is a malignant tumor of the biliary tract, the chance of operation must be good. If there is no chance, it is palliative treatment, and biliary stent can reduce jaundice. Once jaundice occurs, it means it is not early.
In this case, malignant tumors have a great impact on the body, and there may be diffusion. In this case, it may cause life danger. After removal, the risk is small. When the patient recovers to health after operation, it is more than 30%. Basically, there is no benign tumor. It is possible that it is a malignant tumor. If the tumor is found in the early stage, the cure is also very high, which can reach more than 60%.