Symptoms Of Carcinomas
Symptoms of carcinomas can vary based on the location of the tumor, but certain ones may manifest more often than others. Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma can produce symptoms such as open sores, pink growths, red patches, scars, bumps that look like warts, or shiny bumps on the skin. The most common symptoms that occur in renal cell carcinoma include flank pain, anemia, fever, hematuria, abdominal mass, hypertension, and abnormal liver function. Individuals affected by invasive ductal carcinoma may experience a lump in the breast, breast rash, breast swelling, pain in the breast, dimpling around the nipple, discharge from the nipple, inverted nipple shape, redness of the breast, and thickening of the breast skin. Adrenocortical carcinoma can cause increased body hair, early puberty, enlarged breast tissues in males, high blood pressure, weight gain, high blood sugar, muscle weakness, and bruising. Adenocarcinoma can cause symptoms such as coughing, bloody mucus, weakness, hoarseness, weight loss, exhaustion, headaches, vomiting, blurred vision, seizures, and personality changes.