Suspected pancreatic cancer, age 80, high risk of operation, seeking conservative treatment.
My mother is 80 years old. She didn’t want to eat in November last year. cT examined retroperitoneal tumor 5.9 x4.5 pancreatic tail invasion and duodenal invasion. In December, she examined 7.9 x5.9 pancreatic tail invasion and left kidney enlargement. There were no cancer cells in pancreatic biopsy. Doctors saw pancreatic cancer. Now she has difficulty eating and no appetite. Solution? 18024640619.
Judging from the picture, there should be a certain situation. I suggest that you should take proper surgery, mainly through chemotherapy and conservative treatment to provide an effective environment. After all, you are older and your body is weak, especially the problem of eating is serious. Try to treat it through intravenous injection or traditional Chinese medicine.