Stomach is a J shaped bag like organ lying below the diaphragm in abdominal cavity. Stomach is one of the most important organs of digestive tract as it help in liquefying of food with its various secretions, called digestive juices. The inner most lining of stomach is protected by the layer of Mucus and this lining gets replaced over time due to the abrasive action of hydrochloric acid in your stomach. Sometimes the lining of stomach gets infected by bacteria (helico bacter pylori), this leads to stomach ulcers and discomfort. If left untreated and ignored, this can also lead to development of extra tissue growth or nodes inside your stomach and can lead to development of cancer. Early signs of stomach cancer includes feeling of fullness, vomiting, nausea, bloating, and stomach pain after eating etc. You should consult your physician and tell them about your illness and medical history to get the best advice. Read More about Stomach Cancer Treatment →
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Bumrungrad International Hospital, the forerunner healthcare service provider in Thailand, are highly renowned for their hospitality and excellent clinical care in the whole Asia Pacific. The distinguished multispecialty hospital was founded in 1980 and has been listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand since 1989. It is one of the biggest privately owned hospitals in Southeast Asia.
The 580 bedded hospital is an international standard medical facility equipped with cutting-edge technology and world-class infrastructure. The outstanding team of doctors at Bumrungrad are committed in their goal to deliver expert medical care across all 70 sub-specialties.
The globally recognized specialists ensures that all patients receive the best of medical treatments and standard clinical care. Bumrungrad Hospital is an internationally accredited and highly awarded hospital which treats over 1.1 million patients every year with 520,000 being the international patients coming from over 190 different countries. The hospital has remarkable medical facilities with well-established outpatient, inpatient, and emergency as well as critical care service.