Saturday, July 21, 2018 by Michelle Simmons
Sarcoma botryoides, a variation of embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (ERMS), is a cancer of the cervix, vagina, or bladder in infants and young children that occurs from embryonal rhabdomyoblasts, or ancestral muscle cells. Sarcoma botryoides, although rare, is the most common lower-urogenital sarcoma found in younger age groups. In boys, it develops in the bladder, urethra, and prostate, while it occurs in the bladder, cervix, and vaginal vault in girls. The term “botryoid” was derived from a Greek term which means “like a bunch of grapes,” which describes the clinical manifestation of the tumor. Sarcoma botryoides accounts for five to 10 percent of all rhabdomyosarcomas. Rhabdomyosarcomas are an aggressive and highly malignant form of cancer of connective tissues in which abnormal cells are thought to arise from primitive muscle cells.
The known side effects of sarcoma botyroides include vaginal bleeding and pelvic mass.
The body systems harmed by sarcoma botryoides include the urinary and reproductive systems.
Because sarcoma botyroides is a type of cancer, it can be prevented with cancer-preventing foods. These include the following:
Conventional treatment for sarcoma botryoides involves surgical removal of the tumor. Complementary or alternative treatments for children with cancer include the use of vitamins, minerals, herbal therapies, tonics, aromatherapy, homeopathic medicines, lifestyle changes such as nutrition, social support, relaxation, stretching and exercise, and therapies like massage, osteopathy, acupuncture, and naturopathy.
Sarcoma botryoides is a malignancy of the cervix, vagina, or bladder in infants and young children.
Sarcoma botryoides is a variation of embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (ERMS).
Sarcoma botryoides causes vaginal bleeding and pelvic mass.
Sarcoma botryoides can be prevented with the help of various fruits and vegetables.
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