2020年11月13日星期五

hemorrhoids diet,Diet taboos for cancer patients

    table of Contents

    1 Pleural mesothelioma

    2 Lung cancer

    3 Esophageal cancer

    4 Gastric cancer

    5 Small bowel tumors

    6 Colorectal cancer

    7 Primary liver cancer

    8 Gallbladder cancer and cholangiocarcinoma

    9 Pancreatic cancer

    10 Mesenteric and retroperitoneal tumors

    11 Adrenal gland tumors

    12 Leukemia

    13 Malignant lymphoma

    14 Intracranial tumors

    15 Jaw tumors

    16 Spinal cord tumors

    17 Thyroid Adenoma

    18 Thyroid Cancer

    19 Congenital tumor of neck

    20 Benign neck tumor

    21 Chest wall tumors

    22 Kidney Tumor

    23 Bladder tumors and urethral tumors

    24 Prostate cancer

    25 Penile cancer

    26 Testicular tumor

    27 Myeloma and Osteosarcoma

    28 Bone Tumor

    29 Soft tissue tumors

    30 Breast hyperplasia and breast adenoma

    31 Breast Cancer

    32 Vulvar tumors and leukoplakia

    33 Cervical Cancer

    34 Ovarian tumors

    35 Pediatric tumors

    36 Eye Tumors

    37 Ear tumors

    38 Tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses

    39 Oral Malignant Tumor

    40 Salivary gland tumors

    41 Nasopharyngeal Cancer

    42 Laryngopharyngeal Cancer

    43 Oropharyngeal tumors

    Pleural mesothelioma

    Pleural mesothelioma refers to the swelling and pain originating in the visceral layer, parietal layer, mediastinum and diaphragmatic pleura. It is relatively rare, and is generally divided into two types: localized and diffuse: ① Localized mesothelioma: mostly benign, slower growth , Generally asymptomatic, usually found in X-ray examination, the size is different, the surface is smooth or there are nodules, the scope is limited, and the texture is uniform. Potentially malignant patients often have pleural effusion, which is easy to recur after surgical resection. ② Diffuse mesothelioma: It is the main primary tumor of the pleura, mostly malignant. The incidence is related to the use of asbestos substances, such as the inhalation of asbestos dust. There is no specific clinical symptoms in the early stage, so it is not easy to diagnose. Chest tightness, shortness of breath, chest pain, weight loss and cough may occur, and a few have hemoptysis. There is often a large amount of pleural effusion in the middle and late stages, the effusion is relatively viscous, and the effusion soon re-accumulates after the fluid is pumped. Cachexia, respiratory failure, etc. can occur in the later stages of the disease.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-pleural mesothelioma and immune-enhancing effects, such as sandworms, jellyfish, sea turtles, port crabs, blue crabs, clams, squids, yellow eels, needle fish, herrings, yellow catfish, shrimps, soft-shelled turtles , Duck, goose blood, pig lung, horseshoe crab, etc. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more vegetables and fruits that have the effect of resolving phlegm and relieving cough, such as shepherd's purse, cabbage, golden needle cabbage, rape, mustard green, chives, marlanto, chrysanthemum, water white, yam, taro, radish, carrot, shiitake mushroom, grinded mushroom , Ginkgo, fig, Luo Han Guo, sugar cane, walnut, olive, barley, lily, kiwi, plum, pear, water chestnut, pine nut, water chestnut, etc. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods, such as peppers and peppers. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, sticky, phlegm foods. ?

    (4) Avoid frying, smoked roasting and other hot and bloody foods, such as bacon and ham. ?

    Lung cancer

    Lung cancer is called primary bronchial lung cancer, which is one of the common malignant tumors, and it ranks second among all malignant tumors. It occurs mostly in men over 40 years old. The incidence is related to long-term smoking, occupations such as coal tar and asbestos, air pollution, and chronic lung diseases. Common symptoms of lung cancer are: cough, paroxysmal irritant cough, no sputum or a small amount of foamy white greasy sputum; hemoptysis or blood streaks or blood clots in the sputum; chest tightness, chest pain, oppression or dull pain, the specific location is difficult to describe; Shortness of breath; fever. Symptoms of compression and metastasis in the later stage: invasion of the pleura can cause chest pain and pleural effusion; invasion of the pericardium can cause pericardial effusion; compression of the recurrent laryngeal nerve can cause vocal cord paralysis and hoarseness; compression of the superior vena cava and atypical veins can cause chest veins to distend, and neck and face Edema, dark purple skin, blurred vision, dizziness, headache; Horner’s syndrome invading the cervical sympathetic plexus: ptosis, sunken eyeballs, dilated pupils, no sweat on the affected side and paresthesias; pressure on the esophagus causes dysphagia; pressure on the brachial plexus Nerve, ipsilateral upper limb burning-like radiation pain, local paresthesia, and nutritional atrophy. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of enhancing immunity and anti-lung cancer, such as barley, sweet almonds, water chestnut, oyster, jellyfish, yellow croaker, sea turtle, crab, horseshoe crab, cockles, sea cucumber, tuckahoe, yam, jujube, black stalk Snakes, green beans, shiitake mushrooms, walnuts, turtles.

    (2) Cough and phlegm should eat ginkgo, radish, mustard greens, almonds, orange peel, loquat, olives, orange cake, jellyfish, water chestnuts, kelp, seaweed, winter melon, loofah, sesame, figs, pine nuts, walnuts, mussels, mangosteen , Peach, orange, grapefruit, etc.

    (3) If you are hot, you should eat cucumber, winter melon, bitter gourd, lettuce, eggplant, hair vegetable, lily, amaranth, shepherd's purse, water spinach, agaric, purslane, plum, watermelon, pineapple, pear, persimmon, orange, lemon, olive , Mulberry, water chestnut, duck, herring.

    (4) Hemoptysis should eat green plum, lotus root, sugar cane, pear, cotton, jellyfish, sea cucumber, lotus seed, water chestnut, kelp, mustard wheat, black bean, tofu, shepherd's purse, eggplant, milk, carp, turtle, carp, squid, yellow croaker, Turtle, oysters, mussels.

    (5) For chest pain, eat horseshoe crab, rape, loofah, kiwi, walnut, buckwheat, star fruit, almond, eggplant, peach, mustard, quail, kumquat, crab, orange, wheat, and carp. ?

    (6) It is advisable to eat foods that reduce the side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy: goose blood, mushrooms, sharks, longans, rice field eels, walnuts, soft-shelled turtles, tortoises, kiwis, water chestnuts, golden needles, jujubes, sunflower seeds, apples, carp, mung beans, soybeans, Red beans, shrimps, crabs, silver beans, loach, pond lice, carp, salmon, green tea, snails.

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods: onions, garlic, leeks, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid hot food such as frying and barbecue. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy, sticky and phlegm foods. ?

    Esophageal cancer?

    Esophageal cancer is one of the common malignant tumors. The pathogenic factors are related to the natural environment, residents' living habits, genetic factors, and food mechanical stimulation. The main factors are: nitrosamine compounds, moldy and deteriorating food, and trace elements (molybdenum, zinc, etc.) Lack, insufficient nutrition, heat-loving and rough diet, smoking, alcohol addiction, etc. Early esophageal cancer has no obvious symptoms and is easy to be ignored. There are often various degrees of dull pain, burning or discomfort behind the sternum when swallowing food, food friction, stagnation or choking sensation. The typical symptoms of dysphagia appear in the mid-term, and it starts to choke when eating hard food, such as rice and steamed bread. Then there will be continuous or progressively worsening dysphagia, from soft food to semi-liquid, and finally can only enter water until dripping is difficult, accompanied by fever and weight loss. Cachexia and systemic failure appear in the late stage. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-esophageal cancer effects, such as kiwi fruit, figs, shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, golden needles, barley, water chestnut, oranges, apples, olives, agar, sandworms, jellyfish, water chestnuts, clams, sharks, turtles, Turtle. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that can improve swallowing difficulties, including crucian carp, carp, mussel, silky chicken, pear, lychee, sugar cane, walnut, leek, garlic, persimmon, lotus root, frog, pond louse, chicken crop, milk , Goose blood, asparagus. ?

    (3) Chest pain and chest tightness should eat leeks, marantou, figs, almonds, orange cake, horseshoe crab, rice field eel, kiwi, shepherd's purse, loach, honey. ?

    (4) For hiccups, eat lychees, canavalias, persimmons, walnuts, sugar cane, apples, and carrots. ?

    (5) Constipation should eat honey, water chestnuts, water chestnuts, jellyfish, mud snails, sea cucumbers, figs, oatmeal, pine nuts, sesame, walnuts, rabbit meat, mulberries, apples, and peaches. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy food: pepper, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and contamination of food. ?

    (4) Avoid smoked and pickled foods containing more nitrosamines. ?

    (5) Avoid hard, difficult to digest, rough foods. ?

    (6) Avoid overeating. ?

    Stomach cancer?

    Gastric cancer is one of the most common tumors in China, accounting for about 20% of all malignant tumors, and the gastrointestinal tumor is the first. The occurrence and evolution of gastric cancer takes more than 20 years. There are only general dyspepsia symptoms in the early stage, so it is easy to be ignored and delayed in diagnosis and treatment. Stomach pain is the earliest symptom of gastric cancer. It is often not obvious in the early stage. It only has upper abdominal discomfort, feeling of fullness or heavy pressure, or faint pain. It is often misdiagnosed as gastritis, gastric ulcer, and gastrointestinal neurosis. The tumor has progressed to a certain extent, and the pain has increased or persisted. There are also nausea, vomiting, hematemesis, blood in the stool, loss of appetite, progressive weight loss, and diarrhea. In the late stage, due to tumor consumption and fear of food, cachexia often occurs, and the patient is extremely thin. In the later stage, the mass can be touched in the upper abdomen, tenderness, the mass can be moved or fixed, and sometimes it is hard and nodular. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that can enhance immunity and anti-gastric cancer, such as yam, lentils, barley, water chestnut, gold needles, shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, sunflower seeds, kiwi, figs, apples, sardines, honey, pigeon eggs, milk, Pig liver, sandworm, hericium, abalone, needle fish, sea cucumber, oyster, squid, shark, tiger fish, yellow croaker maw, seahorse, turtle. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more high-nutrient foods to prevent cachexia, such as silky chicken, pigeon, quail, beef, pork, rabbit meat, eggs, duck, tempeh, tofu, silver carp, carp, saury, pond lice, and herring , Yellow croaker, squid, crucian carp, eel, dace, pomfret, loach, shrimp, mussels, pork liver, sturgeon. ?

    (3) Nausea and vomiting should eat water bran, grapefruit, orange, loquat, corn, walnut, rose, carambola, fig, ginger, lotus root, pear, winter vegetables, mango, ebony, lotus seed. ?

    (4) Blood in the stool is suitable to eat mussels, turtles, sharks, shark fins, malan heads, golden needles, hericium, honey, shepherd's purse, bananas, olives, ebony, fungus, lamb blood, broad bean coats, sesame, persimmons, tofu residue, snails Wait. ?

    (5) For diarrhea, eat sharks, lentils, pears, bayberry, taro, chestnuts, pomegranates, lotus seeds, ginseng, herring, and white hibiscus. ?

    (6) For abdominal pain, eat kumquats, cabbage, flounder, horseshoe crab, toad fish, sandworm, sea cucumber, squid, yellow sprouts, and taro flowers. ?

    (7) Foods that prevent and treat side effects of chemotherapy: kiwi, asparagus, longan, walnut, crucian, shrimp, crab, goat blood, goose blood, jellyfish, carp, gnat, shiitake mushroom, black fungus, quail, barley, mud snail, mung bean , Lily, apple, loofah, walnut, turtle, turtle, ebony, apricot cake, fig. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and pungent foods, such as onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, etc. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew, pollution, hard, rough, fibrous, greasy, sticky and difficult to digest food. ?

    (4) Avoid frying, frying, smoking, pickling and raw food. ?

    (5) Avoid overeating and overeating.

    Small bowel tumor?

    Small bowel tumors can occur at any age, and about three-quarters are malignant tumors. Benign tumors are more common in leiomyomas, lipomas, adenomas, fibroids, hemangioma, etc.; malignant tumors are more common in malignant lymphoma, small bowel cancer, leiomyosarcoma, etc. The main manifestations of small bowel tumors are: abdominal pain, varying in degree, which can be divided into dull pain, pain, severe colic and intestinal obstruction; gastrointestinal bleeding, abdominal mass. In addition, there are symptoms such as weight loss, fatigue, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-intestinal tumor effects, such as rape, red beans, black fungus, ebony, radish, water chestnut, barley, sunflower stalk, honeysuckle, stone cauliflower, tiger fish, goat milk, pigeon, crucian carp, clam , Turtle. ?

    (2) For abdominal pain, it is advisable to eat grapefruit, tangerine, orange, radish, tempeh, bayberry, leeks, shrimp, pork pancreas, carp, horseshoe crab, shark, chub, sea cucumber. ?

    (3) Adzuki beans, cucumbers, loofah, black beans, hawthorn, chestnuts, spinach, water chestnuts, ginkgo biloba, olives, bracken, thistle, shepherd's purse, broad beans, lotus seeds, water spinach, bitter gourd, figs, cuttlefish, oranges, etc. Persimmon, sheep blood, turtle meat, pig intestine. ?

    (4) For diarrhea, it is advisable to eat pomegranate, ebony, bayberry, tofu residue, vinegar, buckwheat, leeks, chestnuts, lychees, ginseng, lotus seeds, aged rice, pancakes, crucian carp, turtle meat, carp, duck, pork belly, shark. ?

    (5) For constipation, it is advisable to eat water bran, sugar cane, loquat, hawthorn, cucumber, potato, Chinese cabbage, sesame, sesame oil, mulberry, peach kernel, almond, honey, radish, amaranth, banana, apple, fig, oatmeal, pine nut, jellyfish, Mud snails, milk, turtle meat, sea cucumbers. ?

    (6) Poor appetite should eat duck gizzards, chicken gizzards, duck blood, pheasant, wild duck, pig pancreas, pig spleen, hairtail, herring, and clams. ?

    (7) Prevention of side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy: kiwi, asparagus, longan, walnut, crucian, shrimp, crab, goat blood, goose blood, jellyfish, carp, pond lice, shiitake mushrooms, fungus, mud snails, mung beans, golden needles, Apple, loofah, walnut, turtle, turtle, fig, ebony, orange cake. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, cocoa and other exciting foods. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy food. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and pickled food. ?

    (4) Avoid fried, fatty, smoked and barbecued food. ?

    (5) Avoid hard, sticky foods that are difficult to digest. ?

    Colorectal cancer?

    Colorectal cancer includes rectal cancer and colon cancer. The causes of this disease are related to ulcerative colitis, schistosomiasis chronic colitis, carcinogens in food, intestinal adenopathy, and intestinal polyps. There is no obvious discomfort in the early stage of colorectal cancer. Symptoms only appear when the tumor develops to a certain degree, such as intestinal bleeding, abdominal pain, changes in stool habits, changes in stool quality and volume, etc., which are often misdiagnosed as enteritis, intestinal tuberculosis, hemorrhoids or gastrointestinal nerves Dysfunction. The common symptoms of rectal cancer are blood in the stool, ulcers and bleeding caused by irritation: frequent stools, 3 to 5 times a day; blood in the stool, blood or dark red; anus bulging, tenesmus; tumor invading the sacral nerve and causing sacral pain. The main symptoms of colon cancer are abdominal pain, changes in stool quality and frequency, and abdominal masses. Abdominal pain is mostly dull pain, and gradually develops from intermittent to continuous. Early stools are loose or mucus, pus and blood, and some are manifested as diarrhea and constipation alternately. The amount of bleeding is generally not much. Anemia, fatigue, weakness, weight loss, etc. appear in the later stage. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with the effect of anti-colon cancer, such as soft-shelled turtle, horseshoe crab, sheep blood, quail, gelidium, euphorbia, walnut, barley, scorpion, taro, fig, water chestnut, asparagus, carrot. ?

    (2) After tenemy, eat hedgehog meat, wild boar, kohlrabi, taro, ebony, bayberry, fig, loofah, and bitter gourd. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance immunity: tomatoes, honey, sweet almonds, carrots, asparagus, concanavali, lentils, yam, sturgeon, conger eel, pomfret, carp, yellow croaker, sea cucumber, shrimp and crab, Lobster, shiitake mushrooms, black fungus. ?

    (4) It is advisable to eat more foods with detoxification effects: loofah, wax gourd, sweet almonds, peach kernels, buckwheat, brasenia, rape, large

    Head vegetables, houttuynia cordata, walnuts, thistles, snake meat, pork loin, crow meat, crucian carp, clams, snail beef. ?

    (5) For abdominal pain, blood in the stool, diarrhea, constipation, and poor appetite, please refer to the relevant content of small bowel tumors. ?

    (6) Foods to reduce the toxicity of chemotherapy: soft-shelled turtle, tortoise, pigeon, quail, goose blood, mud snail, pond loach, loach, horse clam, carp, kiwi, fig, apple, orange, mung bean, red bean, black Soybeans, barley, walnuts, shiitake mushrooms, loofah. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods such as onions, garlic, pepper, and chili. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and salted food. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy, fried, and barbecued foods. ?

    Primary liver cancer

    Liver cancer is known as the "cancer king". It has a complex condition and numerous symptoms, but it is often not obvious in the early stage. Common symptoms include liver pain, upper abdominal distension, and upper abdominal mass. Pain in the liver area can be intermittent or continuous, showing tingling, fullness, and dull pain. It can cause swelling and pain in the shoulders, back and back, and severe pain can be caused by the rupture of cancer. Poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, bleeding, abdominal distension, ascites, jaundice, etc. can occur. The development of the disease appears fatigue, weight loss, cachexia, and complications include tumor rupture, gastrointestinal bleeding, liver coma, oliguria and anuria. The correct diet has a very important impact on the treatment and prognosis of liver cancer.

    【Diet Principles】

    1 The daily diet should be regular, quantitative, and small and frequent to reduce the burden on the gastrointestinal tract.

    2 Eat more foods containing vitamins A, C, and E, and eat more green vegetables and fruits.

    3 Eat foods with anti-cancer effects, such as Chinese kale, cabbage, carrots, rape, vegetable oil, fish, etc.

    4 Adhere to low-fat, high-protein and easily digestible foods, such as lean meat, eggs, yogurt, fresh fruit juice, and fresh vegetable juice.

    5 The food should be fresh, and no moldy or spoiled diet.

    6 To maintain smooth stools, constipation patients should eat fiber-rich foods and drink some honey every day.

    7 The main food should include: milk, eggs, soy milk, lotus root flour, fruit juice, vegetable juice, lean meat paste, liver paste, etc.

    【Yes】

    1 It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of softening and dissolving knots and anti-liver cancer, such as adzuki beans, barley, jujube, wakame, sea wormwood, kelp, cockles, sea eels, sea turtles, and loach.

    2 It is advisable to eat more foods that can protect the liver: turtles, soft-shelled turtles, cockles, oysters, mulberries, thistles, shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, sword beans, honey, etc.

    3 Ascites, it is advisable to eat red bean, quail egg, kelp, blue crab, clam, black fish, carp, crucian, duck and so on.

    4 For jaundice, eat horseshoe crab, carp, dace, loach, crab, clam, snail, sweet potato, water chestnut, water chestnut, golden needle vegetable, orange cake, kumquat, etc.

    5 For bleeding tendency, it is advisable to eat shellfish, oranges, turtles, oysters, jellyfish, sea cucumbers, squids, hairtails, ebony, dried persimmons, malantou, shepherd's purse, etc.

    6 For liver pain, eat kumquats, orange cakes, bergamot, bayberry, hawthorn, Cigu, cucumber, etc.

    7 If you are in a hepatic coma, it is advisable to eat canavalia, barley, burdock, mussel, hippocampus, etc.

    【Avoid】?

    1 Avoid smoking and alcohol.

    2 Avoid overeating and greasy food, avoid salted, smoked, fire-roasted and fried foods, especially foods that are burnt and burnt.

    3 Avoid spicy and pungent foods such as onions, garlic, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, etc.

    4 Avoid moldy and pickled vinegar foods, such as moldy peanuts, moldy soybeans, salted fish, pickles, etc.

    5 Avoid foods with many bones, rough and hard, sticky and difficult to digest and containing crude fiber.

    6 Avoid foods with heavy taste, too sour, too sweet, too salty, too cold, too hot and too much gas.

    7 Avoid salty and watery foods with ascites. 8 If the blood coagulation function is low, especially those with bleeding tendency, avoid scorpions, centipedes, foods and traditional Chinese medicines that have the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis.

    Gallbladder cancer and cholangiocarcinoma?

    There are no specific and typical symptoms of gallbladder cancer in the early stage, the diagnosis is difficult, and the treatment effect is poor. The main symptoms of advanced gallbladder cancer are pain in the upper right abdomen, jaundice, lumps in the upper right abdomen, and weight loss. The presence of jaundice indicates that there has been lymph node metastasis and extrahepatic bile duct obstruction, and the tumor cannot be surgically removed; jaundice may also occur with stone obstruction. Gallbladder cancer directly spreads to the stomach and duodenum and can cause gastric pyloric obstruction. The metastasis of gallbladder cancer is early and widespread, the most common being liver metastasis. Cholangiocarcinoma refers to cancers that originate in the extrahepatic bile ducts. It does not include intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma, gallbladder cancer, and ampullary cancer. It is divided into upper cholangiocarcinoma, middle cholangiocarcinoma, and lower cholangiocarcinoma. The main manifestations are rapid progress. Aggravated obstructive jaundice, weight loss, gallbladder enlargement, hepatomegaly, and digestive tract symptoms; loss of appetite, indigestion, fear of eating greasy, etc. However, abdominal pain and acute cholangitis are rare, and it is clinically difficult to differentiate from pancreatic head cancer or periampullary cancer. Obvious weight loss, fatigue and cachexia can be seen in the late stage. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-biliary tract and bile duct cancer effects: shark fin, chicken gizzards, buckwheat, barley, tofu residue, hericium edodes. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-infection and anti-cancer effects: buckwheat, mung bean, rape, toon, taro, green onion, bitter gourd, lily, malanto, ground ear, carp, water snake, shrimp, loach, jellyfish, yellow catfish Fish, needlefish. ?

    (3) It is suitable to eat foods that have the effect of promoting biliary and laxative effects: goat's hooves, burdock root, figs, walnuts, sesame, golden needles, sea cucumbers. ?

    (4) Poor appetite should eat bayberry, yam, barley, radish, pond louse, Gongcai. ?

    (5) For abdominal pain and jaundice, please refer to the related content of liver cancer. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid animal fat and greasy food. ?

    (2) Avoid overeating and overeating. ?

    (3) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (4) Avoid mildew, frying, smoking and pickling food. ?

    (5) Avoid hard, sticky foods that are difficult to digest. ?

    Pancreatic cancer

    Pancreatic cancer is a relatively common malignant tumor, which is more common in men, more than 40. It is characterized by high malignancy, difficult early detection, low resection rate, and poor prognosis. The early symptoms of pancreatic cancer are discomfort in the upper abdomen, or dull, dull, swelling pain, and worsening of abdominal discomfort or pain after a meal. Another notable symptom is loss of appetite and changes in eating habits, and an aversion to greasy and high animal protein foods. The weight was significantly reduced without other reasons. The color of stool becomes lighter as the jaundice deepens, and finally becomes clay-colored, and the color of urine becomes thicker and thicker until it becomes the color of soy sauce. Most patients have itchy skin, scratches all over the body, caused by bile salt irritation to the skin. The severe pain in the late stage of pancreatic cancer is particularly prominent, often involving the waist and back, and can not be relieved continuously, causing the patient to be unable to calm down and often sit and bend forward. There are ascites, lumps, digestive disorders and digestive tract symptoms in the late stage.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance immunity and resist pancreatic cancer, such as turtles, turtles, sturgeons, sharks, mackerel, shad, snakes, yams, kidney beans, mushrooms, and jujubes. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-cancer and analgesic effects, such as horseshoe crab, shark, seahorse, sea bass, clams, snails, walnuts, malt, leeks, and bitter gourd. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat anti-infective foods: carp, jellyfish, saury, clams, oysters, soft-shelled turtles, wild duck, water snakes, mung bean sprouts, olives, ebony, mung beans, red beans, bitter gourd. ?

    (4) For jaundice and poor appetite, please refer to the related content of liver cancer and gallbladder cancer. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid greasy and high animal fat foods. ?

    (2) Avoid overeating and overeating. ?

    (3) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (4) Avoid mildew, frying, smoking and pickling food. ?

    (5) Avoid hard, sticky foods that are difficult to digest. ?

    Mesenteric and retroperitoneal tumors?

    Mesenteric tumors are divided into cysts and solid tumors. Cysts are mostly benign, such as enterogenic cysts, mesangial serous cysts, and dermoid cysts. Solid tumors are divided into benign and malignant: benign tumors include neurofibromas, fibromas, lipomas, leiomyomas, hemangioma, etc.; malignant tumors are most common in malignant lymphomas, and others include fibrosarcoma, neurofibrosarcoma, and smooth muscle Sarcoma and so on. Cysts and benign tumors have no obvious symptoms at the beginning. When the tumor grows, or the cyst has intracystic hemorrhage or secondary infection, there may be dull pain or pain, and the patient can often feel the intra-abdominal mass. In addition to abdominal pain and abdominal masses, malignant tumors are often accompanied by symptoms such as loss of appetite, weight loss and fatigue. About 80% of retroperitoneal tumors are malignant. Common symptoms include a feeling of fullness in the abdomen and irritation caused by pressure on the organs: nausea, vomiting, increased stool frequency, tenesmus, frequent urination, urgency, intestinal obstruction, low back pain , Lower extremity edema, depending on the tumor site. Weight loss, decreased appetite, fever, malaise and cachexia occurred in the late stage. Pheochromocytoma and other tumors with secretory function can have endocrine disorders, such as paroxysmal hypertension, hypoglycemia, and hypophosphatemia osteomalacia, depending on the hormones secreted by the tumor. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) Eat more foods that can reduce tumors: jellyfish, oysters, hippocampus, crabs, white snakes, clams, horseshoe crabs, kiwi, figs, walnuts, hawthorns, papaya, ebony, sugar cane, almonds, water chestnut, white fungus, melon, gourd , Shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, lentils.

    (2) For abdominal pain, eat horseshoe crab, shark, celery, pumpkin, leeks, hawthorn, orange cake, tempeh, and loofah. ?

    (3) Edema and oliguria should eat green onions, golden needles, snails, snails, earthworms, almonds, crabs, kelp, clams, wakame, sturgeon, red beans, crucian carp, lettuce, coconut milk, pond lice. ?

    (4) For stool disorders, it is advisable to eat figs, oatmeal, hawthorn, shark, gnaw, and rabbit meat. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (2) Avoid mildew, pollution, hard, rough, fibrous, greasy, sticky and indigestible food. ?

    (3) Avoid fried, smoked, pickled, raw food. ?

    (4) Avoid flatulence foods such as soybeans, peas, and sweet potatoes. ?

    (5) Avoid overeating or overeating. ?

    Adrenal tumors?

    Tumors can occur in both the adrenal cortex and medulla. Those that cause endocrine function variation are called functional tumors, and those that do not cause endocrine function changes are called non-functional tumors. Aldosteronism is mainly caused by cortical adenomas. The main symptom is high blood pressure, which is generally moderately increased. The second type of symptoms is muscle weakness or paralysis, and paresthesias. The third type of symptoms is polyuria, nocturia, polydipsia. Cortisolism: mostly caused by adrenal cortex hyperplasia or tumors, manifested as full moon face, buffalo back, central obesity, and thin limbs, bloody and purple streaks. Tiredness, exhaustion, low back pain; high blood pressure; hirsutism, alopecia, acne; sexual dysfunction, amenorrhea or reduced menstruation. Gonadal abnormalities: caused by cortical tumors, it is divided into genital enlargement and precocious puberty, female pseudohermaphroditism, and femininity. Pheochromocytoma: Occurs in the adrenal medulla. The main symptoms are hypertension and metabolic changes. Increased paroxysmal hypertension, accompanied by palpitations, shortness of breath, headache, sweating, nervousness, and cold and tremor in the limbs. Non-functional adrenal tumors mainly occur from the interstitial cells of the cortex or medulla, mainly non-functional cortical adenomas and adenocarcinomas, neuroblastoma, and ganglion cell neuralgia. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of reducing and controlling tumors: seaweed, laver, oysters, abalone, mussels, jellyfish, clams, water chestnut, barley, large wheat, moss and celery. ?

    (2) For aldosteronism and low potassium, it is advisable to eat tempeh, mung beans, Cigu, hazelnuts, watermelon seeds, seaweed, lotus seeds, kelp, mushrooms, radishes, winter vegetables, and peanuts. ?

    (3) Alkalosis and renal dysfunction should eat barley, yam, corn, shepherd's purse, even mustard, turtle shell, and know it. ?

    (4) High blood pressure should eat celery, hawthorn, water chestnut, jellyfish, kelp, seaweed, abalone, tortoiseshell, stone cauliflower. ?

    (5) Amenorrhea should eat beet, hawthorn, peach, frog, squid, crab. ?

    [Bogey]?

    (1) Avoid coffee, cocoa and other exciting drinks. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy food. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy, fried, and fatty foods. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy and salty foods for aldosteronism. ?

    (5) Cortisol syndrome avoid spicy, exciting, warm food. ?

    (6) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    leukemia?

    Leukemia is a malignant disease in the blood system. In bone marrow and other hematopoietic tissues, there are extensive abnormal proliferation of leukemia cells and infiltration and destruction of various tissues throughout the body, and young leukocytes appear in the surrounding blood. This disease is very harmful to children and young adults. Leukemias are classified into acute, subacute and chronic leukemias according to the severity of the disease, the number of blasts in the peripheral blood and bone marrow, or the degree of cell maturity. According to the morphology of myelodysplastic cells, it can be divided into granulocytes, lymphocytes or monocytic leukemia. Most patients have a rapid onset and their condition progresses rapidly. About half of the patients have fever as the first symptom, accompanied by chills, spontaneous sweating, and night sweats. Bleeding all over the body: skin ecchymosis, nose bleeding, bleeding gums, blood in urine, blood in stool. Anemia, pale complexion, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, fatigue, and edema. Liver, spleen and lymph nodes are enlarged, sternum tenderness, joint pain. Infringes on the brain, causing increased intracranial pressure, headache, vomiting, paraplegia, hemiplegia, and incontinence. Infringement of the skin is manifested as diffuse maculopapular rash, exfoliative dermatitis, nodules or masses, and abscessive dermatitis.

    【Yes】?

    (1) Eat more foods with anti-leukemia effects: toad, alfalfa, garlic, wheat, carrots, walnuts, dandelions, and oysters.

    (2) For fever, eat tempeh, green onion, winter vegetables, water spinach, plum, ginkgo, mung bean, bitter gourd, water chestnut, zucchini, sea eel, turtle, pig spinal cord. ?

    (3) For liver and splenomegaly, it is advisable to eat red beans, plums, jujubes, wakame, turtles, turtles, kelp, and seaweed. ?

    (4) Bleeding should eat lotus root, grapes, shepherd's purse, mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, fungus, golden needles, cat meat, mackerel. ?

    (5) Anemia should eat pork liver, yellow croaker, sea cucumber, carp, salamander, mushrooms, sesame, and bee milk. ?

    (6) Enlarged lymph nodes should eat taro, chestnut, mulberry, walnut, litchi, water chestnut, yellow catfish, cat meat, lamb tripe, horseshoe crab, clams, oysters, turtles, and turtles. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid coffee, strong tea and other exciting drinks. ?

    (2) Avoid stimulating food such as onion, garlic, ginger, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid rooster, pork noodle meat and other hair objects. ?

    (5) Avoid warm foods such as lamb, dog meat, leeks, and pepper. ?

    (6) Avoid pig feet, chicken offal and head and feet, crabs, carp, crucian carp, etc. ?

    (7) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    Malignant lymphoma

    Malignant lymphoma is a group of malignant tumors that originate in the lymph nodes or lymph tissues. Malignant lymphoma has a variety of manifestations, characterized by swollen lymph nodes. About 60% of its first episodes occur in the neck, followed by the armpits and groin. The lymph nodes are large, firm and flexible, without pain. Lesions can also be seen in tissues and organs outside the lymph nodes, causing difficulty swallowing, nose bleeding, abdominal pain, diarrhea, ascites, hepatosplenomegaly, liver pain, jaundice, hemoptysis, pleural effusion, osteoma, pathological fractures, central neuropathy, skin ulcers, etc. . Hodgkin’s disease mostly manifests as lymph node lesions, and non-Hodgkin’s disease is mostly manifested as extralymph node lesions. The two manifestations are not the same. Systemic symptoms include chills, fever, fatigue, night sweats, weight loss, and anemia in the late stage. Cachexia. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-malignant lymphoma effect: pangolin, toad, frog, taro. ?

    (2) Enlarged lymph nodes should eat water chestnuts, taro, walnuts, lychees, yellow catfish, snails, sheep tripe, cat meat, and oysters. ?

    (3) If you have a fever, you should eat tofu residue, figs, barley, mung beans, bitter gourd, chopped melon, water snake, water snake. ?

    (4) For night sweats, eat pig heart, lamb belly, oats, sorghum, and tofu skin. ?

    (5) Hepatosplenomegaly, bleeding, and anemia are related to leukemia. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid coffee and other exciting drinks. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods such as onions, garlic, ginger, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid rooster, pig head meat and other hair objects. ?

    (5) Avoid seafood. ?

    (6) Avoid warm foods such as lamb, dog meat, leeks, and pepper. ?

    (7) Avoid smoking and alcohol.

    Intracranial tumor

    Intracranial tumor is a general term for tumors that grow in the cranial cavity, also known as brain tumor. Intracranial tumors include glioma, meningioma, pituitary adenoma, neurofibroma, etc. Glioma is more common, accounting for 40.9%, and astrocytoma is the most common glioma, accounting for 40%. Astrocytoma: It mostly occurs in young adults between 20 and 40 years old, with more men than women. Tumors can occur in various parts of the brain. Astrocytoma has a low degree of malignancy in gliomas. At the beginning of the tumor process, the symptoms are very mild and the progress is slow. Most of them have symptoms of intracranial hypertension: headache, vomiting, papilledema and visual disturbance. Depending on where the tumor occurs, there can be epileptic seizures, contralateral hemiplegia, motor aphasia, mental symptoms, contralateral sensory disturbances, alexia, aphasia, hemianopia, hallucinations and other different manifestations. Children have nystagmus and ataxia. Anterior pituitary chromophobic adenomas: accounting for about 80% of pituitary adenomas, are benign, locally invaded, and do not metastasize. The main manifestations are increased intracranial pressure and endocrine symptoms: hypopituitary function, women with amenorrhea or menorrhagia, men with reduced hair, loss of libido, atrophy of external genitalia, weakness, loss of appetite, weight loss or weight gain. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to enter anti-brain tumor foods, such as wheat, barley, water chestnut, jellyfish, asparagus, fried gecko, fried scorpion, fried centipede, fried silkworm pupae, horseshoe crab, kelp. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat foods that have the effect of protecting intracranial blood vessels: celery, shepherd's purse, chrysanthemum brain, water chestnut, sunflower seeds, kelp, jellyfish, oysters, clams. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat foods that can prevent intracranial hypertension: corn silk, red beans, walnuts, seaweed, carp, duck, ulva, kelp, crab, and clams. ?

    (4) It is advisable to eat foods that can protect eyesight: chrysanthemum, marantou, shepherd's purse, lamb liver, pig liver, eel. ?

    (5) It is advisable to eat foods with protective side effects of chemotherapy and therapeutic effects: shiitake mushrooms, white fungus, black fungus, daylily, walnuts, sesame, sunflower seeds, kiwi, lamb blood, pig blood, goose blood, chicken blood, lotus seeds, mung beans, Barley, crucian carp, green beans, sturgeon, shark, plum, almond, bergamot. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid coffee, cocoa and other exciting drinks. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods, such as onions, garlic, leeks, pepper, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy and burnt foods, such as moldy peanuts, moldy soybeans, and burnt fish. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy, cured fish, fried and smoked foods. ?

    (5) Avoid salty foods. ?

    (6) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    Jaw tumors

    (1) Osteosarcoma: There are many mandibular tumors, which usually occur in adolescents aged 15 to 25. The tumor develops rapidly, and is often painful and severe. A few have low-grade fever, red skin on the surface of the tumor, and elevated skin temperature. Teeth deformed or loosened, and soft tissues are involved in the late stage, causing ulceration, and blood transfer is easy to occur. ?

    (2) Lymphosarcoma: including lymphosarcoma and reticulosarcoma. There are many lower jaw bones, early manifested as gum swelling and pain or toothache, then jaw swelling, pain, orbit, maxillary sinus or nasopharynx, often ulcerated. The former develops fast, the latter develops slowly. ?

    (3) Terminally differentiated reticulocyte sarcoma (Ewing's tumor): It mostly occurs in the mandible, and it is more common in 20-30 years old. Pain is the main symptom, which is paroxysmal at first, and then persistent. It is most severe at night and often has fever. The jaws are swollen in a fusiform shape, superficial varicose veins can be seen in the local skin, and the epidermis is red and hot with tenderness. It is easy to be misdiagnosed clinically as osteomyelitis. The disease progresses faster and hematogenous metastasis is prone to occur. X-ray examination showed the destruction of osteolytic fractures, and the early periosteal reaction showed onion skin shadows. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods against jaw bone tumors: walnuts, barley, red beans, brasenia, kohlrabi, rape, snails, geckos, turtles, crabs, shrimps, horseshoe crabs, jellyfish, clams, sea cucumbers, fragrant apricots, hedgehog hearts and Liver, cattail. ?

    (2) Foods suitable for eating anti-infection and ulcers: cucumber, loofah, Ci mushroom, sweet potato, sweet orange, tempeh, mung bean, wild jujube, weasel meat, yellow jaw snake meat, pork marrow, cat meat, quail, muntjac, snail , Rat meat. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat protective chemotherapy and radiotherapy foods: shepherd’s purse, tofu, barley, jellyfish, water chestnut, persimmon, almond, lily, quail, asparagus, goose blood, mushroom, sand fish, longan, yellow eel, walnut, gourd, octopus, turtle, Kiwi, Brasenia, Golden Needle, Jujube, Sunflower Seed, Apple, Carp, Mung Bean, Soy Bean, Red Bean, Shrimp, Crab, Whitebait, Loach, Fathead Fish, Pond Louse, Salmon, Green Tea, Mussels. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and cocoa. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods: onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and burn food. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy, fried and smoked foods. ?

    (5) Avoid hard and hard foods that are not easy to chew. ?

    Spinal cord tumor?

    Spinal cord tumors include tumors that grow from the spinal cord, spinal nerve roots, dura mater, adipose tissue, blood vessels, and congenital residual tissues. The most common schwannoma. The symptoms are caused by the progressive compression of the spinal cord and its nerve roots by the tumor. According to the course of the disease, it is divided into three stages: Rhizopathic stage: In the early stage of the disease, the spinal nerve roots are compressed and stimulated by the tumor, causing radicular pain or paraesthesia: Feeling, tingling, numbness, etc., the scope is the innervation area of ​​the compressed spinal nerve. Pain worsens when coughing, sneezing, or straining. Spinal cord compression period: the spinal cord is pushed and squeezed by the tumor, resulting in partial loss of spinal cord function, manifested as spinal cord hemisection syndrome: weakened muscle strength on the affected side, pain on the contralateral side, and decreased temperature perception. If the tumor compresses the front or back center of the spinal cord, it is manifested as incomplete paraplegia: decreased sensation and weakened muscle strength. Spinal palsy stage: The condition continues to develop, and finally complete paraplegia occurs: below the tumor level, deep and shallow sensation is lost, limbs are completely paralyzed, and urinary disorders. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-spinal cord tumor effects: rigid pupae, centipedes, scorpions, geckos, snakes, pangolins, hippocampus, oysters, sandworms, and golden needles. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat foods that relieve nerve root pain caused by tumors: toads, frogs, crabs, mussels, pomfret, tiger fish.

    (3) Foods with diuretic and laxative effects: duck meat, carp, apple, escargot, sesame, fig, plum, water chestnut, water chestnut, rice kernel, mulberry, golden needle vegetable, kelp, seaweed. ?

    (4) Foods to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy: shiitake mushrooms, white fungus, black fungus, daylily, walnuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, kiwi, lamb blood, pig blood, goose blood, chicken blood, lotus seeds, mung beans, barley, crucian carp, Herring, sturgeon, shark, plum, almond, bergamot. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods such as onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, leeks and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy peanuts, moldy soybeans, burnt pork and other moldy and burnt foods. ?

    (4) Avoid greasy, pickled vinegar, fried and smoked foods. ?

    (5) Avoid salty foods.

    Thyroid adenoma?

    Thyroid adenoma is a benign tumor of the thyroid. ? This disease usually has no conscious symptoms, and has no special manifestations except touching the neck mass. It is often found accidentally. The mass is located in the thyroid area of ​​the neck and moves up and down with swallowing activities. The lump grows slowly and the course of the disease can last for decades. After a small number of patients with enlarged nodules, the amount of released thyroid hormones also increases, and clinical manifestations of hyperthyroidism may occur: irritability, sweating, blushing, heavy appetite, etc. It is called "high-functioning adenoma" or "toxic adenoma". High-functioning adenomas rarely become cancerous. Sometimes adenomas have hemorrhagic necrosis or cystic change. Traditional Chinese medicine refers to this disease as "gall tumor", and the main cause is water and soil factors and emotional internal injuries. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with high iodine content, such as kelp, seaweed, hair vegetables, mussels, scallops, razor clams, jellyfish, sea cucumbers, lobsters, hairtails, mackerel, fish maw, cockles, clams, and soft-shelled turtles. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of reducing knots and swelling, including water chestnut, taro, rape, mustard, and kiwi. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance immunity: shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, fungus, walnuts, barley, red dates, and yam. ?

    【Avoid】?

    1. Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    2. Avoid spicy and irritating foods, such as onions, garlic, pepper, chili, cinnamon, ginger, etc. ?

    3. Avoid fatty and fried foods. ?

    Thyroid cancer?

    Thyroid cancer is more common. It is more common in women than men, and occurs more frequently in 60-69 years. The pathological types are: papillary carcinoma, follicular carcinoma, medullary carcinoma, and undifferentiated carcinoma.The degree of deterioration is high, the growth is rapid, and the symptoms of metastasis and compression are easy to appear. The main symptoms of this disease are thyroid mass and compression symptoms. The mass is hard and does not move with swallowing. Compression symptoms include: poor breathing, difficulty swallowing, hoarseness, and pain. Lymph nodes were enlarged after metastasis. The manifestation of this disease is similar to that of thyroid tumor, and it is not easy to distinguish. Clinically found small and hard thyroid nodules, especially children (50% of cancer) who do not shrink after general treatment should consider cancer. The cancer lump is as hard as stone, uneven, fixed, and does not move up and down with swallowing. Tumors that increase rapidly, have irregular shapes, produce compression symptoms, and are accompanied by swelling of lymph nodes in the middle and lower parts of the neck and sternocleidomastoid muscles that can rule out lymph node tuberculosis should be considered as cancer. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-thyroid cancer effects: Poria, Chinese yam, shiitake mushrooms, Hericium edodes, figs, Cigu, radish, water chestnut, apricot, konjac, sea cucumber, kelp and meat of cattle, sheep, deer and other animals . ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that can enhance immunity: sweet almonds, persimmons, asparagus, barley, turtle, tortoise, walnuts, shiitake mushrooms, and mushrooms. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat foods with spleen strengthening and hydration effects, such as walnuts, black soybeans, yams, leeks, lychees, mulberries, herrings, shrimps, mussels, pig and sheep kidneys, bird meat, quail eggs, pomegranates, plums, barley, Lentils, yam, konjac. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (2) Avoid fatty and sticky food. ?

    (3) Avoid hard and difficult to digest food. ?

    (4) Avoid hot food such as frying and barbecue. ?

    Congenital tumor of the neck?

    Congenital tumors of the neck include: thyroglossal duct cyst, thymic pharyngeal duct cyst, cystic lymphangioma, dermoid cyst under the neck. Thyroglossal duct cyst: It is a spherical, painless mass located in the midline of the neck and under the hyoid bone. The cyst is generally not large and moves up and down when swallowing and tongue sticking out. Adolescence often ruptures on its own to form a fistula. The fistula usually goes straight up, close to the front and back of the hyoid bone or through the hyoid bone. Thymopharyngeal tube cyst: It is a spherical, painless mass located in the neck part and the front or deep part of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. It is of variable size. The larger one can reach the opposite side and hinder breathing and swallowing. Adolescent cysts often rupture on their own and form a fistula. Cervical cystic lymphangioma: located on the side of the neck, it is a multilocular cyst, soft, fluctuating, transparent, unclear, and painless. Dermoid cysts under the neck: located in the midline of the neck, between the hyoid bone and the mandible, and adhering to the hyoid bone and the mandible. Like other cysts, they often appear before puberty and are usually walnut-sized. It is large enough to penetrate into the mouth. The cyst wall tissue resembles skin, the contents are porridge-like, and often have hair.

    【Yes】?

    (1) The diet should be light, and should eat more foods that have the effect of reducing swelling and dispelling: turtles, abalones, mussels, lemons, eggs, mustard greens, sea cucumbers, duck eggs, lilies, radishes, red beans, cuttlefish, kelp, water spinach, Duck, jellyfish, mung bean. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat foods that have the effect of preventing infection: buckwheat, mung beans, red beans, golden needles, mushrooms, rapeseed, taro, loofah, shepherd's purse, bitter gourd, seaweed, kelp, hair vegetable, purslane, mussels, jellyfish, horseshoe crab , Escargot, loach, carp, mulberry, fig, water chestnut, walnut, duck, pig kidney. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods: onions, garlic, ginger, leeks, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, etc. ?

    A benign tumor of the neck?

    Neck benign tumors are tumors that originate in the neck tissue and rarely become malignant. The most common are carotid body tumors and schwannoma. Carotid body tumor: Located at the branch of the common carotid artery, it is about the size of an apricot and grows slowly. The course of the disease often lasts for several years. It is manifested as a palpable round mass on the deep surface of the sternocleidomastoid muscle at the level of the hyoid bone, and murmurs can sometimes be heard during auscultation. Compression of the lump can cause dizziness or collapse. Because the carotid body tumor adheres closely to the carotid artery, it can gradually cause the stenosis of the internal carotid artery lumen. There are symptoms of carotid sinus syndrome: dizziness, slow heartbeat, weakness, and drop in blood pressure. Neurilemmoma: It is located in the anterior triangle of the neck, parapharyngeal or on the clavicle. It is usually a single oval mass, painless, non-adhesive, and clear. It compresses the carotid artery and causes the carotid artery to shift. Compression of the brachial plexus has radiating pain in the upper arm. Compression of the sympathetic nerve leads to cervical sympathetic nerve palsy syndrome: the affected side of the pupil is reduced, the upper eyelid is drooping, the eyeball is slightly sunken, the eye is incompletely opened, and the neck sweats less or no sweat.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that inhibit tumor growth: sea cucumbers, shiitake mushrooms, white fungus, Chinese kiwi fruit, barley, water chestnut and animal pancreas, liver, kidney, spleen, marine fish, etc. ?

    (2) Foods that have the effect of inhibiting carotid body tumors: large yellow croaker, shark, conger, saury, carp, hairtail, conch, taro, jelly, and fig. (3) Foods that inhibit schwannoma: pangolin, barley, water chestnut, oyster, horseshoe crab, kelp, crab, sea turtle, razor clam, jellyfish, clam, yellow scorpion, tiger fish tail. ?

    (4) It is advisable to eat more foods that can reduce tumor compression: prawns, jellyfish, crabs, sturgeon, abalone, pomfret, eels, mustard greens, taro, horse fish.

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods: onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid greasy and fried foods, such as fatty pork and mutton. ?

    Chest wall tumor?

    Chest wall tumors refer to tumors derived from the soft tissues of the chest wall (muscle, fat, nerves, blood vessels, lymph, connective tissue, etc.) and bone tissues (ribs, costal cartilage, sternum). Patients with chest tumors can detect local bulging or deformation of the chest wall on their own, or they can be found during physical examination. Sometimes the patient feels chest pain first, and then notices local swelling and deformation of the chest. Malignant tumors are mostly manifested as persistent and severe chest pain, rapid growth of tumors (especially young people or infants), and adhesion and fixation of tumors and deep tissues. Benign tumors grow slowly without bone destruction and metastasis. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that can enhance immunity and resist chest wall tumors: asparagus, turtle meat, turtle, goose blood, shiitake mushrooms, white fungus, sea cucumber, abalone, fig, shark, mud carp, honey, milk, etc. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of resolving phlegm, dispelling masses, and dissipating tumors: loofah, orange cake, radish, garlic, onion, taro, chrysanthemum, mustard, and golden needle. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat more foods with the effect of nourishing the kidney and strengthening the bones: lobster, scallops, sea cucumbers, hippocampus, goby, old abalone, oysters, sesame, leeks, walnuts, chestnuts, lychees, grapes, yams, etc. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods such as pepper and chili. ?

    (3) Avoid fried, smoked, salted, sweet and greasy foods that are hard and sticky to digest. ?

    Kidney tumor?

    Kidney tumors are mainly kidney cancer and renal pelvis tumors and children's Wilms tumor. The main symptom of kidney cancer and renal pelvis tumor is intermittent painless whole hematuria, and the latter is more serious. Three symptoms of so-called kidney tumors appear in the late stage: hematuria, lumps, and pain. Tumors can be palpable for obstructive hydronephrosis. Heavy bleeding and blood clots can cause renal colic, and a small number of patients may have varicocele. In addition to renal manifestations, patients may also have low-grade fever, hepatomegaly, liver dysfunction, elevated blood pressure, hypercalcemia and other renal cancer tissues that produce ectopic hormones. Ninety-five percent of children with Wilms' tumors have abdominal tumors as the first symptom. Other symptoms include hematuria, hypertension, and some may have polycythemia. Anemia and cachexia occurred in the late stage, and some patients had acute abdominal pain due to rupture of tumor tissue.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that can resist kidney tumors, such as turtles, soft-shelled turtles, seahorses, sandworms, king cobras, sperm whale oil, jellyfish, sea cucumbers, pork and beef bone marrow, brasenia, figs, bitter vegetables, cucumbers, papaya, barley , Stiff silkworm, pomelo, Huaimi. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance physical fitness and immunity, such as sardines, shrimps, herrings, loach, mussels, oysters, pork liver, pork loins, ginseng, lotus seeds, walnuts, apples, kiwi, canavali, adzuki beans , Zihe Che, Bee Milk, Sesame. ?

    (3) Toad, emblica, barley, coriander, pork and beef bone marrow, concanavali, walnut, pork loin, abalone, horseshoe crab, sea snake, mussels are suitable for low back pain. ?

    (4) Hematuria should eat soft-shelled turtle, tortoise, pangolin meat, fig, ebony, persimmon, lotus meat, lotus root, golden needle vegetable, celery, wax gourd, grass root, sugar cane, shepherd's purse, mulberry. ?

    (5) For edema, it is advisable to eat lamb lung, jellyfish, snails, clams, kelp, seaweed, carp, cuttlefish, herring, clams, crucian carp, celery, mung beans, daylily, and shiitake mushrooms. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy food. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy, fried, and fatty foods. ?

    (4) Avoid salt and salty foods for edema. ?

    Bladder tumors and urethral tumors?

    Bladder tumors are the most common tumors in the urogenital system. More than 75% of patients have hematuria as the first symptom. Hematuria and the degree of anemia caused by it are generally proportional to the severity of the tumor. Frequent urination or painful urination at night means that the tumor has necrosis or infiltrates the bladder, similar to cystitis. Tumors located on the bladder neck or pedicle can cause dysuria or urinary retention. Hydroureter infection causes fever and pyuria. Urethral cancer is the most common urethral cancer. Male urethral cancer usually seek medical treatment for urethral obstruction, mass, periurethral abscess, urinary extravasation, urethral fistula, and urethral secretion. Some patients have pain, hematuria or blood sperm. Female urethral cancer is more common in elderly women. Common symptoms are urethral bleeding and hematuria. Other symptoms include frequent urination, painful urination, burning sensation during urination, difficulty urinating or painful intercourse, and local lumps can be seen or touched. Tumor necrosis, ulcers, and infections can see yellow or bloody odorous secretions from the urethra or vagina. Late symptoms are weight loss, pelvic pain, periurethral abscess, urinary incontinence, urethovaginal fistula or urinary retention. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that have anti-tumor effects on the bladder and urethra, such as toads, toads, snails, kelp, seaweed, hawksbill turtles, turtles, turtles, jellyfish, water snakes, barley, water chestnuts, walnuts, sheep kidneys, pork loins, knives Beans, sandworms, perch, mackerel. ?

    (2) For urethral obstruction, eat kelp, wakame, seaweed, and blue crab. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat yellow croaker swim bladder, shark fin, water snake, pigeon, jellyfish, lotus root flour, buckwheat, Malan head, ground ear, kohlrabi, olive, eggplant, fig, mung bean sprouts, soy milk, amaranth, seaweed, loach. ?

    (4) For bleeding, eat celery, golden needles, leeks, winter melon, ebony, persimmons, sesame seeds, lotus seeds, sea cucumbers, and rat meat. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and cocoa. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy, hot and bloody foods. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy, fried, and fatty foods. ?

    Prostate cancer?

    Some prostate cancers are asymptomatic and remain static for life, which are called latent prostate cancers. 75% of patients have symptoms similar to those of an enlarged prostate, with dysuria as the main symptom. Hematuria may occur when invading the bladder or urethra, and symptoms of urinary tract infection may occur when obstruction is caused. The surface of the late lesions is uneven, stone-like, and fixed with unclear boundaries. At this time, there may be systemic symptoms such as weight loss and anemia. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that can enhance immune function and fight prostate cancer: soft-shelled turtle, turtle, hedgehog, jellyfish, crucian carp, walnut, daylily, and asparagus. ?

    (2) It is not suitable to eat escargot, carp, clam, whitebait, clam, white orchid, celery, pomegranate, ground diced, lettuce, winter melon, ulva, kelp. ?

    (3) For pain, eat horseshoe crab, hippocampus, crab, chicken blood, plum, barley, water spinach, taro, chestnut. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods, such as onions, garlic, ginger, cinnamon, pepper, pepper and so on. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy, fried, and fatty foods. ?

    (4) Avoid aphrodisiac foods, such as mutton, sandworm, dog meat, animal kidney, whip, velvet, etc. ?

    Penile cancer

    Penile cancer is a common disease in China. The occurrence of this disease is closely related to phimosis. The foreskin and the skin of the head of the penis are stimulated by smegma for a long time, complicated by infection and chronic inflammation, which are important factors that cause cancer. The age of onset of penile cancer is more than 30 years old, and the early manifestations are papules, warts or ulcers on the foreskin or head of the penis, gradually increasing, and generally painless. Penile cancer with a long course of disease appears as a typical cauliflower, and most of the penis is destroyed by cancer. Patients generally do not have difficulty in urinating. The urine line is scattered by the tumor, and local pain or painful urination and foul smell may occur when complicated by infection. Repeated bleeding from the tumor can lead to weight loss, anemia and exhaustion. Late inguinal lymph node metastasis makes the lymph nodes enlarged, hard, and even fixed or form ulcers, which are easy to bleed. Extensive lymph node metastasis can cause lower extremity edema. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance immunity and resist penile cancer: soft-shelled turtles, tortoises, turtles, sandworms, herrings

    , Shark, water snake, shrimp, white snake, crucian, mulberry, fig, lychee, walnut, melon, purslane, tempeh, olive, almond, loofah. ?

    (2) For infections and ulcers, it is advisable to eat shepherd's purse, snails, needle fish, loach, shad, golden needles, rape, taro, mung bean, red bean, and Malantou. ?

    (3) Swollen lymph nodes should eat taro, sand fruit, lily, water chestnut, mulberry, snail, yellow catfish, cat meat. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy stimulants. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and pickled food. ?

    (4) Avoid fried, fatty, smoked and barbecued food. ?

    (5) Avoid all warm foods such as lamb, dog meat, and leeks. ?

    Testicular tumor?

    Testicular tumors are not common clinically, but almost all are malignant. The age of onset has three peaks: yolk sac tumors are the most common in infancy, various types can be seen in young adults, and seminoma are mainly seen after 70 years of age. The most common symptoms of testicular tumors are painless testicular enlargement and heaviness. Swollen testicles with seminoma tend to maintain the contours of the testis and have a uniform texture. The teratoma is nodular enlargement, varying in hardness. Some patients have pain, and severe pain is often caused by intratumoral bleeding or vascular embolism. Testicular tumors in children are manifested as testicular masses and symptoms of precocious puberty. Testicular stromal cell tumors are often accompanied by breast feminization and decreased libido in adults. Testicular tumors mainly metastasize to retroperitoneal lymph nodes via lymphatics, and then to mediastinum, supraclavicular lymph nodes and lungs. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that resist testicular tumors: soft-shelled turtle, cat meat, kelp, sparrow, crucian, pig meat, buckwheat, walnut, lychee, hawthorn, loofah, lettuce, ebony.

    (2) The symptoms of feminization are obviously dog ​​meat, dog whip, hippocampus, prawns, loach, mussels, turtle meat, walnuts, mutton, sheep kidney, and sparrows. ?

    (3) For low back pain, eat taro, chestnut, plum, lychee, loofah, prawn, abalone, red, seahorse, jellyfish.

    (4) It is advisable to eat rape, bitter gourd, tofu residue, loach, yellow catfish, crab, and toon if infected. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, sprinkling and all spicy and exciting foods. ?

    (2) Avoid mildew, pickling, frying, and fatty food. ?

    (3) In addition to feminization, avoid warm and strong positive foods, such as lamb, dog meat, leeks, animal whips, etc. ?

    Myeloma and osteosarcoma?

    Myeloma: It is caused by tumorigenesis of plasma cells in the bone marrow, causing single and multiple bone destruction, and concurrent changes in the blood system of the whole body. It is more common in skull, spine and iliac bones, but less in long bones. It mainly invades bone marrow, but also invades soft tissues. The course of this disease develops rapidly, and it is obvious in about 1 year. The main symptom is bone pain. Later, there are swelling, pathological fractures, and even nerve compression symptoms, accompanied by anemia and bleeding tendency. When kidney dysfunction and repeated infections cause changes in blood white blood cells, it is called plasma cell leukemia. Osteosarcoma: It usually occurs between 10 and 20 years old. It is more common in men than women. It is more common in the iliac, femur, scapula, and humerus. The disease progresses rapidly, including increased body temperature, increased white blood cells, and increased erythrocyte sedimentation rate. The local soft tissues are obviously swollen and extensively tender, and the affected limbs are restricted in movement due to swelling and pain, and even in a deformed position. Bone destruction is located in the metaphysis and diaphysis of the long bones. X-rays show wide and irregular mixed shadows with moth-eaten-like patterns. The periosteal reaction is often onion-skin-like, sometimes with pathological fractures. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that are resistant to bone marrow disease and osteosarcoma, such as kelp, seaweed, mussels, sea clams, wakame, almonds, peach kernels, and plums. ?

    (2) For bone pain, eat turtle shell, turtle meat, pangolin, oyster, crab, shrimp, walnut. ?

    (3) For splenomegaly, it is advisable to eat soft-shelled turtle, loach, sea eel, cockles, kelp, and wakame. ?

    (4) Anemia should eat pork liver, shiitake mushrooms, sesame, bee milk, yellow croaker, peanut, sea cucumber, carp, and abalone. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (2) Avoid mildew, pickling, frying, and fatty food. ?

    (3) Avoid mutton, goose, pig's head and other fats. ?

    Bone tumor?

    Bone tumors are divided into two types: primary and secondary. The primary comes from the skeletal system itself, and can be divided into benign and malignant. The secondary tumor cells in other organs directly invade or transfer to bone tissue. Bone tumors generally refer to primary bone tumors. Benign bone tumors manifest as lumps and pain, develop slowly, and may have pathological fractures, and malignant transformation and metastasis are rare. Malignant tumors develop rapidly, with obvious pain, swelling, and tenderness, often accompanied by soft tissue edema, venous swelling and other symptoms. Systemic symptoms include weight loss, fatigue, anemia, increased body temperature in some cases, and cachexia in the late stage. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-bone tumor effects: goat blood, horseshoe crab, goat brain, sea cucumber, oyster, soft-shelled turtle, turtle, sandworm, deer blood, large leaf vegetables, oatmeal, small amaranth, rapeseed, Elaeagnus, sweet taro, chestnut, wild grape. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat foods that have the effect of relieving pain and reducing swelling: asparagus, lotus root, Cigu, hawthorn, otter meat, heron meat, crab, horseshoe crab, sea turtle, sea snake. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat foods that prevent the side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy: bee milk, walnuts, kiwi, Tremella, Xianggu, rutabaga, pollen. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and pungent foods, such as onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, etc. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty foods. ?

    (4) Avoid hair objects. ?

    Soft tissue tumors?

    Soft tissue tumors include lipomas, hemangioma, and fibroids. Lipoma: Lipoma is a benign tumor formed by adipose tissue. It is mostly located under the skin and posterior peritoneum. It can also occur in the internal organs. It usually occurs in the shoulders, back, and buttocks. Lipomas located in the subcutaneous tissues vary in size, are oblate or have lobes, are soft and elastic, and have a sense of pseudo fluctuation. The tumor does not adhere to the epidermis, and the skin surface is completely normal. Generally there are no special manifestations, and multiple lipomas may have tenderness. Hemangioma: Hemangioma is a benign tumor composed of vascular tissue, which is divided into capillary hemangioma, cavernous hemangioma and cranial hemangioma. Hemangioma grows slowly, and usually occurs on the head, face, and neck, followed by the trunk and limbs. Due to the different area, volume, and nature of the site, it can cause morphological abnormalities and dysfunction, and can have pain, ulcers, bleeding, and secondary infections. Fibroids: Fibroids are benign tumors composed of fibrous connective tissue. It can be found in various parts of the body, ranging in size, from needles, soybeans to eggs or larger. The surface is smooth or papillary and can be pushed freely. According to the texture, it is divided into soft and hard fibroids. Desmoid tumors can become malignant. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-soft tissue tumors: bitter vegetables, red beans, large leaf vegetables, taro, toad, chestnuts, walnuts, malantou, jellyfish, kelp, seaweed, oysters, red, golden olives, sagittarius, sheep Brain, water snake, gecko, water chestnut. ?

    (2) Pain should eat coriander, radish, barley, loofah, walnut, turtle blood, duck blood, pumpkin, carp blood. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, strong tea, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods such as onion, garlic, pepper, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid mutton, dog meat, leeks, pepper and other warm blood moving food. ?

    (5) Avoid mutton, rooster and other hair objects.

    Breast hyperplasia and breast adenoma

    Breast hyperplasia, also called breast cystic hyperplasia, is neither inflammation nor tumor, but degenerative and progressive changes in the structure of breast ducts and lobules. This disease is a common disease, mostly in women aged 30 to 50. The cause of the disease is related to ovarian dysfunction. It is manifested as multiple round and tough nodules of different sizes at the same time or successively on both breasts, which are not clearly separated from the surrounding tissues, have no adhesion to the skin or fascia, breast tenderness, and a small amount of yellow-green or brown nipple flow Or bloody fluid. The course of the disease can be as long as several years, and the onset is related to menstruation. Breast adenomas are common in young women aged 20-25, and are mostly single. The onset is closely related to estrogen stimulation. It manifests as an oval mass in the upper outer quadrant of the breast, mostly cherry-sized, with a smooth surface, tough texture, clear border, no adhesion to the skin and surrounding tissues, easy to be pushed in the breast, and a sliding feeling to the touch, and no axillary lymph nodes Swelling, the tumor generally grows slowly and may not change for several years, but it can grow rapidly during pregnancy or lactation, and it is usually painless. Breast adenoma is less likely to become cancerous, and surgery is the main treatment. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-mammary gland hyperplasia and adenomas, such as asparagus, pumpkin stalks, torreya, loofah, orange cake, green grass leaf, eel skin, crab, red, mole cricket shrimp, needle fish, seahorse. ?

    (2) For pain, eat shark, snake meat, roe meat, muntjac, horseshoe crab, pangolin, loofah, sea cucumber, torreya, eggplant. ?

    (3) Irregular menstruation should eat celery, frog, loofah, crucian carp, sweet almonds, walnuts, hawthorn, red beans, beets, peaches, squid, frog. ?

    (4) Breast discharge should eat bitter gourd, figs, bitter vegetables, radish leaves, oranges, and roses. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, cocoa, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods such as onions, garlic, pepper, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid rooster, goose, pig head meat and other hair objects.

    Breast cancer

    Breast cancer is the most common and important breast disease, and the malignant tumor with the highest incidence in women. This disease mostly occurs in women before and after menopause between 40 and 60 years old. The activity of estrogen plays an important role in the occurrence of breast cancer. Women with early menstrual cramps and late menopause are prone to breast cancer. Childbirth and breastfeeding can reduce the incidence. In the early stage, breast cancer is a painless, single-shot small lump, hard in quality, not very smooth on the surface, unclearly separated from the surrounding tissues, and difficult to be pushed in the breast. It is often discovered by patients inadvertently that sunken skin is a common sign of early breast cancer. Breast cancer continues to develop, causing the breasts to shrink and harden, the nipples are raised or retracted, and the lymph nodes under the armpits become swollen and hardened and adhere to the surrounding tissues. In the late stage, breast fixation cannot be pushed, the skin appears "orange peel", and the skin becomes ulcers when ruptured, often foul-smelling and easy to bleed. Blocking lymphatic vessels by cancer cells can cause edema in the upper arm, and invading nerves can cause severe pain in the arm and shoulder. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-breast cancer effects, such as seahorse, horseshoe crab, cobra meat, sperm whale oil, toad meat, crab, red, clams, oysters, tortoiseshell meat, kelp, asparagus, and garlanda. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods that enhance immunity and prevent recurrence, including mulberry, kiwi, asparagus, pumpkin, jujube, onion, leeks, barley, kidney beans, yam, shiitake mushrooms, dried shrimp, crab, herring, prawns, and snakes. ?

    (3) Swelling should eat barley, loofah, red beans, taro, grapes, litchi, water chestnuts, crucian carp, pond louse, mackerel, kelp, loach, yellow catfish, escargot. ?

    (4) For swelling and pain, nipple retraction should eat fennel, green onion, shrimp, sea dragon, sperm whale, orange cake, torreya, grapefruit, horseshoe crab. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and cocoa. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods such as pepper, ginger, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid roosters and other hair objects. ?

    Vulvar tumors and leukoplakia

    The main benign tumors of the vulva are: ①Simple papilloma: It can grow on the outside of the labia majora, often with a pedicle, flatter than the apical condyloma, and microscopically like a normal papilloma. The chance of malignant transformation is higher than that of apical condyloma. ②Fibroma: It grows on the labia majora, solid, hard, irregular in surface, and pedicled. ③Lipoma: It is soft in quality and different in size. It can grow on the vulva, labia or other parts of the vulva.These tumors rarely become malignant. Vulvar malignant tumors: most of them are squamous cell carcinomas, which are more common in elderly women. They often occur on the basis of vulvar leukoplakia, genital warts, papillomas, vulvar ulcers. The main symptoms are vulvar nodules or masses, and some have ulcers and bloody secretions. , Itching, difficulty urinating, pain. The spread is mainly local spread and lymph node metastasis. Vulvar leukoplakia: Vulvar leukoplakia is a common disease in gynecology, the main symptom is itching. In the past, a variety of vulvar lesions with itching symptoms and whitening, thickening or atrophy of skin and mucous membranes were collectively called vulvar leukoplakia. Vulvar leukoplakia are mostly caused by various types of vulvar dystrophy, vulvar hot flashes, chronic irritation and itching, certain nutritional deficiencies, allergies, metabolic disorders, and neuropsychiatric factors, all of which may be the cause. Therefore, the disease is also known as vulvar white lesions and vulvar dystrophy. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-vulvar tumor and leukoplakia effects, such as sesame, almond, wheat, barley, soil melon, silky chicken, squid, cuttlefish, pig pancreas, chrysanthemum, ebony, peach, lychee, horse Bitterroot, chicken blood, eel, abalone, crab, horseshoe crab, sardine, clam, hawksbill. ?

    (2) For pain, eat horseshoe crab, red, lobster, mussel, sea cucumber, goby, beet, mung bean, radish, chicken blood. ?

    (3) Itching should eat amaranth, cabbage, mustard greens, taro, kelp, seaweed, chicken blood, snake meat, pangolin. ?

    (4) To enhance physical fitness and prevent transfer, it is advisable to eat white fungus, black fungus, shiitake mushrooms, hericium erinaceus, chicken gizzards, sea cucumbers, barley, walnuts, crabs, skinks, and needle fish. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (2) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (3) Avoid rooster, goose and other hair objects. ?

    (4) Avoid seafood and irritating and allergenic foods when itching is severe. ?

    (5) Ulcers and bleeding avoid warm foods: lamb, leeks, ginger, pepper, cinnamon and so on. ?

    Cervical cancer

    Cervical cancer is the most common tumor in women. It occupies the first place in female genital cancer. It usually occurs between 40 and 49 years old and is rare under 20 years old. The cause of the disease is related to chronic cervical diseases such as early marriage, early childbirth, prolific birth, virus and cervical erosion. The development process is: precancerous lesions-atypical hyperplasia-carcinoma in situ-invasive carcinoma. Atypical hyperplasia, carcinoma in situ and early cervical cancer generally have no cancerous symptoms and may have contact bleeding; later irregular bleeding and occasional hemorrhage; discharge of thin serous blood secretions with foul smell; cancer tissue necrosis, infection, There may be a lot of purulent or rice soup-like leucorrhea. In the later stage, the cancer infiltrates the para-cervix tissues and involves the lumbosacral nerve, causing severe persistent or deep drilling pain in the thigh and lumbosacral area, which radiates along the sciatic nerve, and has dull pain when combined with pelvic infection. In the late stage, due to anemia and infection, there may be phenomena such as weight loss and fever. It is said that cachexia, metastasis is mainly direct spread, lymphatic metastasis, and blood metastasis is rare.

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-cervical cancer effects, such as thistle, melon, water chestnut, barley, coix, ebony, burdock, oyster, soft-shelled turtle, hippocampus. ?

    (2) Bleeding should eat shark fin, sea cucumber, mackerel, black fungus, shiitake mushrooms, mushrooms, mussels, broad beans.

    (3) For edema, eat sturgeon, ulva, red beans, maize, carp, mudfish, loach, clams, pancreas, duck, lettuce, and coconut milk. ?

    (4) For low back pain, it is advisable to eat lotus seeds, walnut meat, barley, leeks, plums, chestnuts, taro, soft-shelled turtle, jellyfish, bee jelly, horseshoe crab, swimming crab. ?

    (5) Leucorrhea should eat squid, mussels, clams, clams, oysters, turtles, jellyfish, lamb pancreas, finches, cowpeas, ginkgo, walnuts, lotus seeds, ginseng, and celery. ?

    (6) Foods that prevent the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy: tofu, pig liver, herring, crucian carp, cuttlefish, duck, beef, frog, hawthorn, ebony, mung bean, fig. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. ?

    (2) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (3) Avoid warm foods such as lamb, leeks, dog meat, pepper, ginger, and cinnamon.

    (4) Avoid roosters and other hair objects.

    Ovarian Cancer

    Ovarian tumor is a common disease in gynecology, which can occur from childhood to old age. According to the degree of malignancy, it is divided into benign, borderline and malignant tumors. Ovary is located in the pelvic cavity, and its malignant transformation is not as easy to detect as superficial tissues. When discovered, it is often at an advanced stage and is the most important malignant tumor that threatens women's health. Benign ovarian tumors develop slowly, and small benign tumors are mostly asymptomatic; medium-sized benign tumors can have abdominal distension and lower abdominal discomfort, patients can often feel masses, and huge tumors can produce symptoms of compression. Malignant tumors grow rapidly and infiltrate the surrounding tissues, causing abdominal pain, bloating, uterine bleeding, and vaginal bleeding; co-infections have fever; tumor necrosis has ulcers, bloody ascites, and late stage symptoms such as weight loss, fatigue, and anemia. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-ovarian tumor effects: horseshoe crab, hippocampus, soft-shelled turtle, dragon ball tea, hawthorn. ?

    (2) For bleeding, it is advisable to eat sheep blood, snails, mussels, squid, shepherd's purse, lotus root, mushrooms, malantou, stone ears, torreya, persimmons. ?

    (3) It is recommended to eat eels, clams, water snakes, needle fish, carp, echinacea, celery, sesame, buckwheat, rape, toon, red beans, and mung beans. ?

    (4) For abdominal pain and bloating, it is advisable to eat pork loin, bayberry, hawthorn, orange cake, walnuts and chestnuts. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking and alcohol. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods such as onion, garlic, pepper, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid mutton, dog meat, leeks, pepper and other warm blood moving food.

    Pediatric tumors

    The most common malignant tumors in children are embryonal tumors, mostly from the abdomen. Abdominal tumors in children are classified into retroperitoneum, abdominal cavity or pelvic cavity according to their location. Abdominal tumors in children are highly malignant. They can quickly penetrate the capsule and metastasize to adjacent organs or lymph nodes. They can also spread to distant places through the lymphatic tract and blood. They often require immediate surgical resection after diagnosis. Abdominal tumors in children often lack typical symptoms. Common symptoms include weight loss, loss of appetite, and fever, abdominal distension, and paroxysmal abdominal pain if they are not present. Tumor growth oppresses surrounding organs, causing nausea, vomiting, and abdominal distension, which are often found accidentally. To determine the location, size, hardness, mobility, and nature of the tumor surface. Extraintestinal tumors generally do not cause intestinal obstruction. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that can enhance immunity and resist tumors in children, such as sea cucumber, carp, sturgeon, yellow croaker, shark, whitebait, mackerel, perch, sea cucumber, seahorse, sandworm, cordyceps, turtle beetle, Turtle, abalone, oyster, bird's nest, asparagus, shiitake mushroom, mushroom, yam, walnut, beef bone marrow. ?

    (2) For the symptoms of oppression, it is advisable to eat kelp, seaweed, seaweed, taro, beet, concanavali, rape, white radish, carrot, jellyfish. ?

    (3) For endocrine hyperactivity, it is advisable to eat celery, chrysanthemum brain, water chestnut, hawthorn, sunflower seeds, water chestnut, jellyfish, mussels, sugar cane, shepherd's purse, malantou. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, strong tea, cocoa and other excitatory foods. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods such as onion, garlic, pepper, and cinnamon. ?

    (3) Avoid fatty, fried, moldy, and pickled foods. ?

    (4) Avoid sticky, hard and difficult to digest food.

    Eye tumor

    Tumors can occur in the orbit, eyelids, surface of the eyeball, and inside the eyeball. Orbital tumors include: lacrimal gland tumors, orbital hemangioma, tumor-like lymphoid tissue hyperplasia (pseudolymphoma, chronic sarcoidosis, inflammatory pseudotumor). Eyelid tumors include: basal cell carcinoma, meibomian adenocarcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. Tumors on the surface of the eyeball: squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma. Intraocular tumors: uveal melanoma, retina blastoma. Ocular malignant melanoma: It is the most malignant tumor and the most common malignant tumor in the adult eye. It occurs mostly in the choroid, but also in the eyelids, conjunctiva, iris, and ciliary body. It occurs in different parts and has different manifestations. : Irritation, eye pain, headache, adjustment disorder, refractive error, visual field defect, visual disturbance, etc. Retinoblastoma: It usually occurs in children under 5 years old, and may have a family history. Because the patients are mostly infants, they usually have no complaints. Sometimes family members find yellow reflections in the eyes (cat eyes). When the intraocular pressure increases, the children often cry because of pain. Examination revealed that the retina was raised by a solid mass on the retina. Basal cell carcinoma, squamous epithelial carcinoma, and meibomian gland adenocarcinoma: The three types of cancers are more common in the elderly, with hard and tough subcutaneous nodules in the early stage, without symptoms, and later invading adjacent tissues. There will be corresponding performance after transfer. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-eye tumor effects: Malan head, carrots, stone fungus, mulberry mushrooms, dandelions, large leaf vegetables, burdock vegetables and roots, and goat brain.

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods with the effect of improving eyesight and anti-inflammatory, such as chrysanthemum, shepherd's purse, lotus root, malantou, snail, abalone, sea eel, and sea turtle. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat more foods rich in vitamin A, such as animal liver, snails, oysters, rape, spinach, leeks, garland chrysanthemum, celery, sweet potato, mango, and wolfberry. ?

    (4) It is advisable to eat more foods rich in vitamin B?2: animal liver, eggs, eel, crab, leafy vegetables, soybeans, milk, bean paste, black fungus. ?

    (5) Eat more foods rich in vitamin C, such as fresh dates, grapefruit, citrus, kiwi, amaranth, rape, bitter melon, guava, hawthorn, lemon, beans, potatoes and other fresh vegetables and fruits. ?

    (6) It is advisable to eat foods that reduce the side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, such as shepherd's purse, asparagus, asparagus, grass root, sugar cane, kiwi, plum, mung bean sprouts, olives, loofah, barley, eel, carp, herring, crucian carp, escargot. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, cocoa, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods, such as onions, garlic, ginger, chili, pepper, cinnamon, etc. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy and burnt food. ?

    (4) Avoid hot foods such as greasy, fried, barbecued, and smoked, such as lamb, ham, bacon, and fatty meat.

    Ear tumors

    Ear tumors refer to cancers of the auricle, external auditory canal and middle ear. Auricle cancer belongs to the category of skin cancer and often occurs behind the helix or auricle. The external auditory canal is adjacent to the middle ear. Once cancer occurs, both will be affected. The primary location is often difficult to determine, so they are collectively referred to as external auditory canal and middle ear cancer. The majority of external auditory canal and middle ear cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, and adenocarcinomas and sarcomas are rare. The incidence is related to the malignant transformation of papilloma, chronic otitis media, and long-term otorrhea. Early clinical manifestations include: otorrhea, watery or bloody, smelly; earache, hearing loss or tinnitus. The late symptom is facial nerve palsy, which is caused by tumor invasion of the facial nerve. Dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and nystagmus are cancerous tumors invading the inner ear. Cranial nerve involvement: The cancer spreads into the skull, involving the abduction, glossopharyngeal, vagus, accessory, and hypoglossal nerves. Closed jaws and neck lymph node metastasis. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods that have the effect of preventing ear tumors, such as walnuts, peach kernels, burdock and roots, sesame seeds, fried scorpions, fried chili, clams, snails, sea urchins, and pearl oysters. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat foods with analgesic and pus-removing effects: eel, tomato sauce, lettuce, large yellow croaker, sea plate car, sea moon, pigeon, dace, water spinach. ?

    (3) Foods that can prevent and treat facial paralysis, such as unagi, black-bone chicken, tempeh, peach kernels, conger eels, and lampreys. ?

    (4) Foods that can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy: asparagus, tarragon, horse lantou, shepherd's purse, walnut, toad, horseshoe crab, wheat, sunflower seeds. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and cocoa. ?

    (2) Avoid irritating foods such as onions, garlic, and peppers. ?

    (3) Avoid mildew and burnt food. ?

    (4) Avoid dog meat, lamb, ham, bacon and greasy, fried, smoked and other hot foods. ?

    Nasal cavity and paranasal sinus tumors

    The largest number of nasal and paranasal sinus tumors occur in the maxillary sinus, accounting for more than 75%, followed by the nasal cavity. Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common among malignant tumors, accounting for more than 90%, in addition to adenocarcinoma, malignant melanoma, lymphoepithelial carcinoma, adenoid cystic carcinoma and lymphosarcoma. (1) Nasal cavity cancer: The main manifestations are nasal congestion, purulent or bloody discharge, pain, secondary paranasal sinusitis, compression of the nasolacrimal duct, tearing or dacryocystitis. In the late stage, it can invade the orbit, shift the eyeball, or invade the base of the skull, resulting in cranial nerve symptoms. (2) Maxillary sinus cancer: the initial symptoms are not obvious, including maxillofacial swelling, toothache, nasal congestion, gingival palate swelling, prominent eyeballs, abnormal facial perception, tearing, and migraine. Secondary symptoms include nosebleeds, difficulty in opening different degrees, loosening or falling out of teeth, migraine, toothache, hypoperception of infraorbital skin, severe orbital involvement in late stage, restricted eye movement, visual impairment, and hearing loss. Local expansion upwards makes the eyeballs protrude and shift, making it difficult to open backwards, and downwards can compress nerves, causing toothache and headache. There are lymph node metastasis and distant metastasis (lung, bone) in the late stage. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-nasal tumor effects: gourd, thistle, garlic, almonds, large leaf vegetables, lamb lung, earthworm, snake meat, bayberry, konjac, coriander, clam, oyster. ?

    (2) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects: buckwheat, chrysanthemum brain, rape, water spinach, toon, carp, bitter gourd, shrimp, mung bean, lily, mud snail. ?

    (3) It is advisable to eat foods with hemostatic effects: shepherd's purse, malantou, celery, persimmon, ebony, peanut, grape, lotus root, reed root, grass root, mushroom, fish bladder. ?

    【Avoid】?

    (1) Avoid tobacco, alcohol, coffee, cocoa, etc. ?

    (2) Avoid spicy and irritating foods: onions, ginger, and peppers. ?

    (3) Avoid moldy and burnt foods, such as moldy peanuts, moldy soybeans, and bacon. ?

    (4) Avoid dog meat, lamb and greasy, fried, smoked and other hot foods. ?

    Oral malignant tumor

    Oral malignancies include tumors of the lips, tongue, floor of mouth, gums, cheeks and palate. ?

    (1) Lip cancer: Oral tumors are the third most common squamous cell carcinoma. Keratinization or erosion begins on the red lips of the lower lip, and then a lump is formed. (2) Tongue cancer: initial local thickening, nodule, erosion, induration, secondary infection, bad breath, severe pain, tongue dyskinesia, fixation, late expansion, lymphatic metastasis. (3) Gingival cancer: The most common oral tumors occur in the molar area. It easily involves the alveolar process, causing the teeth to loose or fall off. In the late stage, it can invade the maxillary sinus, mandible, and lymphatic metastasis. (4) Upper base cancer: mostly squamous cell carcinoma, mitotic type and shallow ulcer type. It expands to the bottom of the mouth and under the tongue, causing tongue movement disorders, increased saliva, and radioactive toothache. (5) Jaw tumors: osteosarcoma and lymphosarcoma. Manifestations of jaw swelling, pain, loose teeth, compression and metastasis symptoms. (6) Cheek cancer: often secondary to leukoplakia. It is divided into solid type, ulcer type and wart type. Pain, clenched teeth, and metastasis. (7) Palate tumors: minor salivary gland tumors and squamous cell carcinoma. ?

    【Yes】?

    (1) It is advisable to eat more foods with anti-cancer effects. Anti-tongue cancer food, such as: asparagus, tempeh, rose flower, olive, sophora japonica, thistle, eggplant, Gallus gallus domesticus, snail, mung bean. Anti-lip cancer foods: peach kernel, pig pancreas, turtle, toad, fig, plum, olive, bitter vegetable, lily. Anti-gingival, palate and cheek cancer foods: snails, frogs, jellyfish, mustard greens, loofah, burdock, thistle, artemisia,

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