Peritoneal Mesothelioma signs and symptoms
Peritoneal mesothelioma, common along pleural mesothelioma, begin in the abdomen and is hard to diagnose due to a lack of particular symptoms. asbestos plays same role in the development of pleural mesothelioma when intake, asbestos fibers may also be coughed up, swallowed, and established in the stomach, peritoneal mesothelioma symptoms are specific with abdomen area. Research shows that symptoms include localized abdominal pain related to a tumor, abdominal distension with or without pain, similar weight loss, same vomiting and nausea as bescribed in upper type of tumors. Fluid is building up in the lower or upper abdomen part or peritoneal effusion, may also occur, as well as painful bowel movement. As with pleural effusions, doctors can also drain abdominal fluid buildup to lessen discomfort.
Pericardial Mesothelioma Symptoms
The symptoms of pericardial mesothelioma, a very rare mesothelioma begins in the lining of the heart, often seem themselves insidiously and can present as medical conditions such as constrictive pericarditis, or inflammation of the sac-like cover the heart, and fluid near by heart known as pericardial effusion. Both conditions may tend to pressure in heart area. As the tumor rapidly grown and places pressure on the heart, chest pain can also occur. Some rare symptoms can include cough, dyspnea, paradoxical pulse, feeling fever, feeling of night sweats, symptomatic weight loss, and weakness.read further in next slide