Carcinoid Tumor

About- Carcinoid tumors are slow-growing cancerous growths that usually occur in the lower section of the small intestine, the appendix, and the rectum. 
 Abdominal pain
 Abnormal heartbeat
 Bowel obstruction
 Chest pain
 Flushing of the face and neck
 Low blood pressure
 Nausea and vomiting
 Pink or purple marks on the skin like stretch marks
 Rectal bleeding
 Rectal pain
 Shortness of breath
 Weight gain

The exact reason is not clear.
Specialists to Visit

 Interventional Radiologist

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Carcinoid tumors

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