Usually you have a cold, a fever, and a cough. Why don't you be nervous and not afraid? Because it is a disease that you are not "familiar with". Conversely, for hemangiomas, many people's fear and fear of it mainly stem from their lack of understanding. What is a hepatic hemangioma? Is it a malignant tumor? Can it become cancerous? Is it troublesome to treat? This series of questions will be answered in detail today.
❣ What is a hepatic hemangioma?
It is a benign tumor disease that occurs in the liver and is common in the right lobe of the liver. Most patients have no symptoms.
❣ Will hemangiomas become cancerous?
Generally, it does not become cancerous.
❣ Will a benign hemangiomas grow up?
Generally, half of patients with hemangiomas may have enlarged tumors. Slowly growing hepatic hemangiomas do not need to be overly concerned. Fast-growing hepatic hemangiomas may rupture and endanger life and health, so care should be taken. The specific measure is to conduct a physical examination every six months or one year to observe the changes of the hemangiomas.
❣ What is the cause of hepatic hemangioma?
The occurrence of hepatic hemangioma is caused by congenital malformations of the peripheral blood vessels in the liver. During embryonic development, abnormal proliferation of vascular endothelial cells caused by abnormal development of hepatic blood vessels, forming hemangiomas in the liver.
2. Hormone stimulation theory
The number of female patients is significantly higher than that of men. Adolescence, pregnancy, contraceptives, etc. will cause the growth of hemangiomas. Female hormones may be a cause of hemangioma.
Capillary tissue will deform after infection, leading to the expansion of capillaries, local necrosis of liver tissue, vasodilatation to form a vacuole-like shape, the surrounding blood vessels to dilate, and regional blood circulation in the liver to stagnate, resulting in blood vessel formation. A spongy expansion.
伤害 What harm can hepatic hemangioma bring?
1. Reduce the detoxification function of the liver
The liver is our body's detoxification organ. It can effectively convert external toxins or toxins in the body into non-toxic substances and discharge them out of the body, so as to ensure the health of the body. If the hepatic hemangioma is too large, the stagnant blood reduces the viability of its liver cells, which will inevitably affect the liver's detoxification ability.
2.Stop the function of the liver
Hepatic hemangioma will have a certain impact on the health of the liver. The tumor will continue to increase in the liver, the blood flow will gradually increase, and the blood will become thicker, which will directly lead to abnormal liver function.
3. Affect liver metabolism
The liver has a certain metabolic function. Hepatic hemangiomas can disrupt the liver's metabolic function and cause serious damage to our body.
❣What to pay attention to in patients with hepatic hemangioma?
1. Comprehensive and balanced nutrition
Patients with hepatic hemangioma must ensure an optimistic attitude, do not get stuffy, do not overwork, and avoid staying up late.
2. Don't eat hair food
Hepatic hemangioma patients should usually pay attention to eat less beef, mutton and other hair. Eat barbecue, seafood, spicy and greasy foods as little as possible. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits and drink plenty of water to ensure smooth stool.
For patients with hepatic hemangioma, it is very important to go to the hospital regularly for follow-up visits. If you find that the hemangioma grows very quickly in a short period of time, you must actively cooperate with your doctor for treatment or other tests. In life, patients should also maintain a positive and optimistic mentality, and never be angry or use drugs indiscriminately.