Jupiter Hospital offers advanced treatment for Pancreaticobiliary Disorders and Cancer, delivered by a highly specialized team with a proven track record of success. Our comprehensive therapy and healthcare assistance provide valuable support to patients suffering from chronic pancreaticobiliary diseases and malignancies.
- Liver, gallbladder, and pancreas disease:The liver, pancreas, and gallbladder are digestive system components that are in charge of nutrient absorption and waste elimination. A variety of disorders are listed here.
- Fatty liver disease/ Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis
- Diseases related to the gallbladder
- Autoimmune Liver Disease
- Wilson’s Disease
The following are common signs of a liver or pancreatic disorder:
- Pain in the abdomen
- Back ache
- Cholestasis (flow of bile is decreased or interrupted).
- Dark coloured urine
- Clay coloured stool
- Fluid accumulation in the abdominal cavity.
- Jaundice (the skin and eyes turn yellow)
- Enlargement of the liver
- Failure of the liver
- Appetite loss
- GI malignancies: Cancers of the gastrointestinal tract (GI) include the stomach, large and small intestines, pancreas, colon, liver, rectum, anus, and biliary system. In the early stages of GI cancer, you may have no symptoms. GI tumors are usually found in screenings before any symptoms emerge. Or they are diagnosed after they have developed to the point where they are causing symptoms at a more critical stage.
When gastrointestinal cancer has progressed enough to cause symptoms, they may include:
- Cramping or pain in the abdomen
- Stool that is bloody or very dark
- Changes in bowel habits, such as diarrhea or constipation, or changes in stool consistency or constriction
- Swallowing Difficulties
- Digestive issues
- Yellowness (yellowing of the eyes and skin)
- Vomiting and nausea
- Tiredness and weakness,
- Weight loss,
- Loss of appetite
The primary strategy for preventing serious GI cancer is early detection. Colon and rectal cancer screening tests can detect the disease in its early, highly treatable stages. Cancer can frequently be identified using these tests before symptoms occur.
Aside from colonoscopy, there are other cancer screening procedures. Consult your doctor about your options, including whether you should start with screening.