Surgery to treat small blood tumours

Small blood tumors are blood tumors of very small size, which can occur in any blood vessel in the body, most commonly seen in young children, babies. Surgery to treat small blood tumours is the most optimal of all treatments for small blood tumours, making it possible for the patient's health to recover as soon as possible.

1. What is a small blood tumor?

Small blood tumors are tumors with benign characteristics, appearing in many children, sometimes also encountering convex blood tumors in adults. Small blood tumors are defined as unsular increases in blood cells that can be arteries, veins or capillaries in the human body, with a diameter less than 10cm in diameter and can be encountered in any location such as small blood tumors in the skin, bones, muscles and internal bodies. Small blood tumors often appear on the surface of the skin, if the tumor occurs in the head, face, neck, there will be many different shapes and sizes or colors.

The way of identifying blood tumors in babies is that the tumor does not cause pain, has a variety of colors, can be red or blue, often appears in the skin, lips, mucous membranes of the mouth, when touched, it feels soft. Some cases of small blood tumours can cause bleeding or the formation of an ulcer when injured or bumped into the location where the tumor is located. If the tumor is deep in the patient's muscles, it will cause swelling and pain. The cause of small blood tumours is usually caused by abnormalities in blood cells during fetal development from the time they are in the womb, or by trauma and genetics.

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Small blood tumours usually appear on children's skin

According to some studies, small blood tumours are very unlikely to develop into cancerous cells, however it can leave some dangerous complications, one of which is to cause undesirable deformation on the patient's body. Therefore, when detecting signs of suspected small blood tumours, it is necessary to take the child to the doctor immediately to detect and conduct surgery to treat small blood tumours as soon as possible.

2. Surgery to treat small blood tumours

Surgery to treat small blood tumours is considered the most suitable technique to cure small blood tumors that have not penetrated neighboring organizations. When a patient has been diagnosed with a clinically based and subclinical small blood tumor, in particular, the results of a computer scan as well as a remnant scan show that the tumor is less than 10 cm in diameter and there are no lesions for other agencies, it will be prescribed surgery to treat small blood tumors.

Clinically, the most commonly operated cases are small blood tumors in the muscles, bones and small blood tumors that appear on the surface of the skin that affect vision, eating ability and respiratory function. If a small blood tumor patient has severe chronic diseases, hematological diseases, advanced age, the body is depleted, it will not be carried out surgery, but it is necessary to choose another safer treatment for small blood tumors, be it fibrous injections or laser beams.

Surgical steps to treat small blood tumours include:

  • Place the patient in a position consistent with the location of the small blood tumor on the patient.
  • Conduct in-administration anesthesia, sydural anesthesia or lithic anesthesia, depending on the location of the tumor.
  • Electrocardicardiary and SpO2 measurements during surgery.
  • Set the central intravenous line and peripheral intravenous line.
  • Support oxygen ventilators for patients.

oxygen breathing

Use an oxygen ventilator to support and control the patient's breathing
  • Make a cross-sectional incision of the skin or a rhombic incision around a small blood tumor.
  • Use a specialized electric knife to perform tumor surgery, and burn and remove bleeding during surgery to clearly reveal the blood vessels that feed the tumor.
  • Stitching of large blood vessels with Prolene only in case of bleeding occurs.
  • Be very careful with small blood tumors located close to sensitive bundles of vessels or nerves.
  • Hem bleeding for patients
  • Lymphatic fistula stitching
  • Take samples of the specimens to be sent to the anatomy department for examination.
  • Hemating around the tumor area
  • Thoroughly check the lymphatic fistula before closing the incision
  • Set patient out-of-circulation
  • Close the incision in the order of the anatomy layers

After the surgery to treat small blood tumours, it is necessary to monitor some complications as follows:

  • Blood tests, especially red blood cells, Hematocrit after surgery are required.
  • Monitor the patient's body, conductic flow.
  • Treatment of antibiotics for prevention of intravenous infections.
  • Give the patient painkillers in case of necessity
  • Blood transfusions and blood replacements for patients if prescribed by a doctor.

Blood cells

Monitor esth esth rs and blood transfusions for patients if necessary
  • Guide patients with mild mobility
  • If a bleeding occurs, a bandage is required, if necessary, re-surgery can be prescribed to check for removal or lesions around the tumour
  • Patients with signs of sensory nerve damage should immediately notify the treating doctor.
  • If the patient has damage to the blood vessels that feed the veins, he/she can be re-operated to handle the condition.

Surgery to treat small blood tumors is an effective method to remove tumors and damaged structures in small blood tumor pathology. Therefore, when there are any signs of small blood tumours, patients need to go to reputable medical facilities for timely examination and detection, thereby receiving treatment for small blood tumors with appropriate measures.

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