Choriocarcinoma is an uncommon cancer disease that seriously affects the health and safety of patients. After falling ill, timely and reasonable treatment and cooking are necessary.
Is the mortality rate of HCG high
Pregnancy induced hcg is a highly malignant tumor that can metastasize throughout the body through bloodstream in the early stages. The most common causes include damage to the lungs, vagina, brain, liver, and uterus, leading to bleeding and necrosis. About 50% of cases are secondary to raisins (more than 1 year after raisin curettage), while the rest are caused by miscarriage and normal pregnancy, accounting for 25% each. A few cases occur after ectopic pregnancy. A trophoblastic tumor secondary to a normal pregnancy must be choriocarcinoma, and is never a raisin or invasive raisin. Therefore, women of reproductive age should pay special attention.
Pregnant choriocarcinoma had a very high mortality rate in the 1950s. Although the use of chemotherapy in recent years has significantly improved the prognosis of choriocarcinoma, the harm it causes to women cannot be underestimated.
Hazards of choriocarcinoma
1. Causes of ectopic pregnancy: Experts point out that the stimulation of choriocarcinoma can cause swelling of the fallopian tubes, thinning of the mucosa, which is not conducive to the combination of sperm and eggs. If left untreated, the condition worsens, and the fallopian tubes can become sticky and blocked due to the necrosis of mucosal epithelial cells, affecting the passage of sperm. Even if combined with the egg, it cannot reach the uterus in a timely manner, which may cause ectopic pregnancy and threaten women's health.
2. Impairment of normal ovarian function: The true catastrophic result of choriocarcinoma is that the ovaries cannot function normally. However, the ovaries not only bear the responsibility of laying eggs and delicate union, but also carry on the responsibility of continuing human history, responsible for the secretion of female specific estrogen, pregnancy hormone, and male hormone, supporting the secondary sexual characteristics of women, such as breast hyperactivity, straightness, and vitality of the uterus: making the skin soft, lines soft, and charming. Chorionic villus cancer can not only weaken female infertility, but also weaken secondary sexual characteristics, directly causing endocrine disorders, and stealing women's beauty.
3. Causing infertility: There are many ways of infection for choriocarcinoma, which can affect the appendix and other organs through symptoms close to the organ. It can also spread through the lymphatic system, blood circulation, etc. Sexual contact and lack of hygiene can also cause choriocarcinoma. Female friends should take it seriously, especially married women with a higher incidence. Although unmarried women have more barriers to resist bacteria than married women, they may also be infected due to their multiple pathways of infection. If not treated in a timely manner, it can develop into chronic choriocarcinoma, block the fallopian tubes, lead to ectopic pregnancy or infertility, and cause lifelong regret.