A patient with nasopharyngeal carcinoma, who has been cured for three years, was rechecked today and the blood indicator ac724 is super high.
Ca724 is a marker of gastrointestinal tumor, especially stomach tumor. At present, although it is over the limit, it is not hundreds or thousands, and it is only used as a reference.If you are not sure, you can go to the hospital to check the gastroenterology department, and if necessary, do a painless electronic gastroscopy to see
Glycoantigen 724 is not a specific tumor marker, but it is related to digestive system tumor. Now the index is about ten times higher or has some significance, it is recommended to check the digestive system related organs to clarify the existence of lesions.
A high laboratory index alone does not mean anything. Of course, for nasopharyngeal cancer, we should pay attention to it and observe whether there are any uncomfortable symptoms, and if there are, we should go to the hospital for corresponding treatment in time.