Tumour arising within liver can progress from solitary to multiple, one side to both sides and blood vessels. Tumours outside liver may spread to blood vessels, lymph node and adjacent organ (causing jaundice and vomiting).
The three most effective steps to reduce your chances of developing bile duct cancer are:
A patient had an insulin-producing tumour in his pancreas, known as insulinomas. It was critical as high insulin production leads to life-threatening attacks of seriously low blood sugar. It was difficult to diagnose this tumour at first. The patient repeatedly visited multiple hospitals before reaching us. He received a new lease of life when his tumour was finally diagnosed at Kokilaben Hospital.
Traditional operations for pancreatic resection are Whipples procedure or distal/partial pancreatectomy. Given the small size of the tumour, operations like this would have rendered the patient a diabetic. Hence, a rare pancreas preserving procedure was performed.
The patients sugar level is normal and he is out of danger.