Tumors of the GI Tract Overview
- The GI tumors develop within the wall of the small intestine or the stomach.
- The tumors mostly grow in the empty space of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Sometimes, the GI tumors tend to bleed into the GI tract
- It is most common among elderly people who require immediate medical treatment.
- It can always be serious as the slow bleeding leads to low red blood cell count or brisk bleeding making the person feel exhausted, or weak.
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Signs and symptoms
- Rapid pulse
- Vomiting blood
- Swelling in the abdomen
- Loss of appetite
- Sudden weight loss
- Difficulty in swallowing
- Problems in the passage of food
- Difficulty in breathing
- Chest pain
- Heart burn
- Abdominal pain
- Any combination of these symptoms
- Family history
- Genetic disorders
- Cigarette smoking
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications
- Certain medical conditions
- Improper Diet
- Environmental causes
- Drinking alcohol
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Diet and Nutrition
- Drink more water and avoid alcohol or beverages
- Eat fresh fruits like apple, banana, guava, etc, and green leafy vegetables like cabbage, carrot, beetroot, etc, which are rich in vitamins, proteins, and nutrients.
- Avoid fatty foods or foods which have added colors
- Avoid junks, salty, spicy, and oily foods
- Take more protein, vitamins, and nutritious food to maintain a healthy diet.
- Limit the dairy products like chicken, or frozen meats
- Limit using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
- Limit or quit drinking alcohol
- Get enough sleep
- Maintain a moderate weight
- Exercise regularly
- If you smoke, quit
- Follow your doctor’s instructions if you have GERD and get treated.
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We Have Created Our Care Practice Specially To Fit Your Needs
From trouble sleeping to work stress to anxiety to depression, we all have difficulty managing our emotions at times. It’s part of being human. And addressing these issues is a vital part of what we do as a primary care practice, because your emotional well-being is essential to your overall health and wellness.
We’ve redesigned the doctor’s office experience to fit your life, put you at ease, and treat you as a whole person. We create safe and inviting spaces,
ask meaningful questions, give you time to talk, and listen without judgment. Then we work with you on a plan to help you feel your best — whether you want to sleep better, feel calmer, worry less, or get a better handle on your mood.
To continue shedding a light on mental health issues, we teamed up with the award-winning musicians from Bear and a Banjo to create a song showing people they’re not alone. See how the project came to life in the video above — and if you’re struggling, we can help.
- Blood tests
- Stool tests
- Nasogastric lavage
- Upper endoscopy
- Capsule endoscopy
- Flexible sigmoidoscopy
- Balloon-assisted enteroscopy
- Imaging tests
- Detecting, and providing comprehensive treatment for motility disorders of esophagus, intestine, and colo-rectum.
- GERD detection for PPI patients
- Detecting malignancies at an initial stage
- Detecting non-surgical procedures of structural abnormalities in the intestine.
- Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries with state-of-the-art Single Incision Lap Surgery (SILS).
- Onco Surgery – Open and Laparoscopic
- Manometric System with High Resolution
- State-of-the-art high-end Video endoscopy HD
- Wireless Capsule Endoscopy
- Double Balloon Enterostomy
- High-end dedicated Laparoscopic Surgical Suite
- 4K Resolution HD
- Bariatric Surgery for Obesity
- Polypectomy Metal Stenting
- Hepato-Biliary Surgeries
- Upper GI endoscopy – Colonoscopy Diagnostics
- Upper GI endoscopy – Sclerotherapy, Therapeutic Variceal Banding.
- ERCP and Metal Stenting
- Enteral and Colonic Stenting
- ERBE Cautery
- Cut (No Bleed)
- ERCP and Polypet Procedure (Laser Method)