Introduction to nasal cancer
Nasal cancer or nasal cancer refers to malignant tumors of the nose or nasal cavity. The most common cases are nasal malignant lymphoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma and other tumors. The causes of the disease are mainly related to heredity, viral infection, and environmental factors. Symptoms of nasal malignant tumors show progressive aggravation, early asymptomatic, and nasal congestion and blood stasis in the advanced stage. Facial numbness, eye movement, loose teeth, decreased vision, difficulty opening mouth or other neurological symptoms.
Most of the findings of nasal cancer are advanced, so be careful not to treat nasal cancer as rhinitis. If you need to be vigilant when you have the following symptoms, it is recommended to go to the hospital in time to eliminate nasal malignant tumors: after sucking with a small amount of bloodshot; often half of the nostrils are poorly ventilated With tinnitus or auricular closure, hearing loss, numbness on the side or facial swelling. Nasal endoscopy should be performed if necessary, or nasal sinus ct examination should be performed to avoid delay in treatment.
Nasal cancer examination
1. Imaging examination CT and MRI enhanced scanning to replace the conventional X-ray film, can show the tumor site, clear the relationship between the tumor range and surrounding structure and bone destruction. 2. Cytological examination includes exfoliative cytology. 3. Histopathological examination The method of diagnosis of tumor biopsy.
Nasal cancer treatment
In the past, all the maxillary bones of the affected side were removed by surgery, and sometimes the eyeballs were removed. However, the maxillary can be preserved as much as possible by a combination of CIK cell immunotherapy, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, tumor reduction surgery, and the like.