Oncology


Oesophagus Cancer

The oesophagus cancers which spread without showing many symptoms and which emerge generally with swallowing difficulty and weight loss are observed generally in the interval of 50-70 ages. Mainly smoking, consumption of alcohol, smoked meat, hot liquids at high temperature; vitamin-mineral deficiencies play important role in the formation of the cancer.

In oesophagus cancers, surgical treatment (removal of the oesophagus), Radiotherapy (ray therapy), chemotherapy (drug therapy), laser treatment and palliative procedures (stent application) constitute the treatment options that are applied to patients.