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Get The Best Gallbladder Cancer Treatment By Dr. Saphalta Baghmar

One of the best oncologists in Delhi, Dr. Saphalta Baghmar, treats gallbladder cancer using the latest technology and effective methodologies.

The formation of cancer cells takes place due to the uncontrolled growth and division of certain cells in your body. This overgrowth may spread to the nearby and other parts of your body, which is referred to as cancer. Gallbladder cancer is a rare occurrence that originates in the gallbladder.

One of the best oncologists in Delhi, Dr. Saphalta Baghmar, treats gallbladder cancer using the latest technology and effective methodologies.

Visit Dr. Saphalta Baghmar to receive trustworthy and incredibly economical gallbladder cancer therapy in India.

What is Gallbladder Cancer?

The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ right below your liver, located behind your right lower ribs. This organ is usually 3 to 4 inches long and plays a vital role in your body. It stores bile produced by the liver and secretes it into the small intestine during digestion.

The cancerous division of cells in the gallbladder usually begins in the inner layers. While this disease is not easily detectable during the early stage, early detection increases the chances of a successful cure.

What Are Gallbladder Cancer Causes?

There is no definite cause of gallbladder cancer, but genetic mutations play a major role. These mutations may lead to the overgrowth of cells and cause them to live longer than naturally necessary.

The continuously dividing cells form a malignant tumor that can spread to other body parts through the blood, lymphatic system, or tissues. The glandular cells that line the gallbladder's inner surface are where most gallbladder cancers start.

Adenocarcinoma, which develops in these cells, is the medical term for gallbladder cancer. When cancer cells are inspected under a microscope, they take on this description.

What Are Gallbladder Cancer Symptoms?

It's tough to identify the symptoms of this condition as they are similar to the symptoms of several other illnesses. Here are a few gallbladder cancer symptoms:

  • Lumps in your abdomen
  • Jaundice
  • Bloating
  • Pain in the upper part of the abdomen, slightly to the right
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Fever

How Is Gallbladder Cancer Diagnosed?

Doctors diagnose gallbladder cancer by performing the following medical tests:

  • Physical exam And Health history: Your body is examined to detect any unusual mass of cells or lumps. Records of past illnesses, treatments, and health habits are also noted.
  • Blood Test: A blood test is done to check if the substances released by organs and tissues in your blood are proportionate. Generally, a higher or lower proportion indicates an issue.
  • CT Scan: Computed tomography, called a CT scan, analyzes internal body structures. The scan creates images of the cross-section of your body using X-ray technology. For medical professionals to observe your body in great detail, the device takes photographs that reveal very tiny "slices" of your bones, muscles, organs, and blood arteries.
  • PTC (Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiography): An imaging method for the liver and bile ducts. The doctor passes a tiny needle through the skin beneath the ribs to the liver. Then they inject a dye into the liver or bile ducts to take the x-ray. In case of a blockage, a thin, flexible tube called a stent is left there to keep the passage open.
  • ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography): This test helps in examining the interior of the digestive system. The doctor locates where the bile duct enters the intestine, inserts a small catheter into the duct, and squirts a contrast agent. This helps in clear imaging of the pancreatic duct, gallbladder, and bile duct in the X-rays.
  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) with gadolinium: This process creates a series of in-depth images of various locations inside the body using a magnet, radio waves, and a computer. The doctor injects gadolinium into a vein that gathers around the cancerous cells, making them appear more vivid in images. This process is also called Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (NMRI).
  • Dr. Saphalta suggests proper diagnosis so the exact type and location of the cancer are determined before providing any treatment. After that, she devises a treatment plan to ensure that the recipient gets the proper treatment.

What Does The Treatment Involve?

The treatment of gallbladder cancer varies among individuals. Dr. Saphalta Bagmar performs treatment after adequately examining the stage of your cancer and overall health conditions.

She is experienced and adept in providing the best treatments for gallbladder cancer through:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Surgery
  • Radiation therapy
  • Immunotherapy
  • Radiation Sensitizers
  • Targeted Therapy
  • Surgery




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