Semi paralyzed, leg numbness, need to go to the toilet for a short time. The doctor said that the cancer cells transferred to the thoracic vertebra. I want to confirm
In the state of semi paraplegia, combined with the judgment of the attending doctor, this may be cancer. Feeling the compression of the nerves in the thoracic spine leads to a state of semi paraplegia. There is no need to confirm this. The attending doctor is the person who knows the condition best. If he makes such a judgment, it should be supported by imaging.
If the cancer cells have metastasized to the thoracic vertebra through the examination, it will cause leg numbness and semi paralysis. Moreover, once metastasis occurs, it indicates that it has reached the advanced stage. If the operation is carried out, it can not play a great role in the treatment effect. It is necessary to control the disease through radiotherapy and chemotherapy
When cancer cells metastasize to the thoracic spine, there will be symptoms such as abdominal pain, chest tightness and shortness of breath. Patients with cancer metastasis to the thoracic spine may be because the cancer cells spread and metastasize with the blood. They should go to the hospital for relevant examination in time to judge whether they can be treated by radiotherapy or chemotherapy. They should rest more during treatment, maintain a good state of mind and avoid excessive anxiety.