The strange lump of a woman coming out of her stomach is a cancer that has spread from the pelvis
- An unnamed woman went to the Spanish hospital when the lump rose to 2 cm
- Later they revealed that
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Later, Scany revealed that she also suffered from a 11×11 cm tumor in a pelvis that spread to her stomach
The red lump, known as sister Mary Joseph's nodule, may appear with ovarian cancer, but is "fairly rare," doctors said.
The patient from Spain said he was fully recovered after going through chemotherapy and a mass removal operation. A 73-year-old woman was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after a strange red lump emerged from her stomach (pictured). She grew older for four months and started bleeding. A 73-year-old woman was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after a strange red lump rose from her stomach (pictured). She grew older for four months and started bleeding  A 73-year-old woman was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after a strange red lump rose from her stomach (pictured). He grew larger in four months and started bleeding
An unnamed patient was subjected to a scan of the abdomen. The upper arrow points to the red lump, known as Nurse Mary Joseph's nodule, at her navel. The lower arrows show a 11x11cm tumor – 9.5 cm deep – in the pelvis. Later she was diagnosed with cancer
The woman went to A & E two days after the lump in her abdomen began to bleed.
She was treated by Dr. Javier Barambio, a doctor of general surgery and digestive system at the Universitario Fundacion Jimenez Hospital. Diaz in Madrid.
On review, nodule is painful and hard to touch, doctors write in a case report in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Scans reveal the pelvis – 9.5 cm deep – as well as fluid in the abdomen and cancer cells in the peritoneum. Peritoneum is a thin layer of tissue that crosses the inside of the abdomen and its organs, such as the liver.
The biopsies of nurse Nurse Mary Joseph and the pelvis mass confirmed that the patient had ovarian cancer.
Dr. Barambio told Live Science that he is now free of illness and in good health.
Nurse Nurse Mary Joseph comes out of the navel and may be a sign of severe or metastatic cancer, according to Stanford Medicine. They are most likely to occur in gastrointestinal – such as gut or pancreatic – or gynecological – like ovarian and uterine – forms of the disease. The nodule is unclear, but is believed to be due to cancer cells that spread to the navel or through the peritoneum, the lymphatic system, or the circulation. Also, it is unknown how often the lump occurs, as it is usually a sign of advanced cancer with poor prognosis.
Nodul was named after the American nurse Mary Joseph, who first paid attention to it in 1929
About the 80% of the cases of ovarian cancer are diagnosed at an advanced stage of the disease
During diagnosis, 60% of ovarian cancers have already spread to other parts of the body, bringing the five-year survival rate down to 30% from 90% in the earliest stage,
Diagnosed is so late because located in the pelvis, according to Dr. Ronny Drapkin, associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who studies the disease for more than two decades. "The pelvis is like a bowl."
The first symptoms of ovarian cancer are gastrointestinal, as the tumors can be pushed upward.
complains of gastrointestinal discomfort, doctors are more likely to focus on dietary changes and other causes than screening for ovarian cancer.
Dr. Drapkins said there is usually no screening that shows that ovarian cancer is often said to is a silent killer because there are no early symptoms when there are actually symptoms, they are only a lot of clans, and it can be caused by other things, "he said.
women One of the things I tell women is that no one knows your body like you. If you think something is wrong, something is probably wrong. "