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Treatment for Anal Cancer in Indore

Treatment of Anal Cancer in Indore

  • Overview

The anus harbours anal cancer. The anus is the portion of the large intestine that opens during a bowel movement to let faeces flow through. The colon, which is the longest portion of the large intestine, and the rectum are other components of the large bowel. The anus is roughly 1.5 inches long.

Each of the several tissue types found in the anus has a variety of cell types. Squamous cells, flat cells with a flat shape, make up the epithelium that covers the exterior of the anus.

  • Types

(a) Squamous cell carcinomas: The most prevalent type of anal cancer is squamous cell carcinoma. They are mostly to blame for anal malignancies. The squamous cells that line the anal edge and the majority of the anal canal are the sources of these malignancies. Squamous cell carcinoma is referred to as carcinoma in situ when it is in its initial stages. The epithelium is the only tissue where the malignant cells of CIS have progressed; no other tissues have been affected. Invasive squamous cell carcinoma cells are no longer regarded as in situ because they have already proliferated outside of the epithelium.

(b) Cloacogenic carcinomas: This is a subclass of squamous cell cancers.

Approximately 30% of anal tumours develop in the transitional zone. Another word for this zone is the cloaca. Some tumours that form here are known as Cloacogenic carcinomas.

(c) Adenocarcinoma: Adenocarcinoma is a rare type of anal cancer. Adenocarcinomas can form in the glands that lie beneath the anal epithelium and secrete material into the anal canal. They could develop in apocrine glands as well (a type of sweat gland of the perianal skin).

(d) Basal cell carcinomas: Basal cell carcinomas are a kind of skin cancer that can arise from the perianal skin. The occurrence of these tumours in anal malignancies is uncommon.

(e) Malignant melanoma: Malignant melanoma is a kind of cancer that frequently affects body sections that are exposed to sunlight. However, a small percentage of skin cancers are of the melanoma kind, which is caused by skin cells that generate the dark pigment melanin.

(i). Symptoms

(a) Pain in the anal area.

(b) Straining during bowel movement.

(c) Anal itching.

(d) Change in bowel habits such as more frequent or less frequent movements.

(e) Change in the diameter of stool.

(f) Abnormal discharge from the Anus.

(g) Swollen lymph nodes in the anal or groin areas

(ii). Treatment

(a) Endoscopy.
(b) Anoscopy.
(c) Fine needle aspiration biopsy.
(d) CT Scan
(e) MRI.

(iii). Risk Factors

(1) Age: Most cases of the disease are diagnosed in people between the ages of 50 and 80.

(2) Human Papilloma virus: The same virus responsible for cervical cancer is also responsible for Anal cancer.

(3) Smoking: The use of tobacco and smoking increases the risk of developing anal cancer.

(4) Fistulas: Long-term problems in the anal area, such as fistulas, can increase the chances of developing the disease.
2. Ayurvedic Treatment of Anal Cancer

-Green tea use has several positive effects. Epigallocatechin, a polyphenol found in green tea and other dietary supplements, can stop the growth of cancer cells.

-Aloe vera consumption is yet another practical method. By removing harmful chemicals, purifies the colon and gastrointestinal tract and helps hasten the recovery from cancer.

-Turmeric is additionally powerful in battling cancer. It has curcumins, which can eliminate cancer cells.

-Ashwagandha- In order to treat colon cancer, ashwagandha is recognised to contain specific qualities that can inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells.

-Garlic- The juice of garlic has certain medicinal properties that can combat the growth of cancer cells in your colon region. Intake of garlic juice can thus be very helpful. 

Ayurvedic treatment at Dr Shinde’s Clinic has assisted thousands of people in experiencing symptomatic as well as systematic improvements, an increase in energy levels, successfully treating thousands of cancer patients worldwide, and an overall improvement in quality of life. Contact us to learn more about how we can assist you.