Low Fat Rice

    Rice is a staple in most of the countries especially in Asia. A staple meaning, a food that is consumed by a large portion of community as a bulk or main part of diet.     Though rice is main food of Asia, but due to vast transportation since a long period of time, it has become a predominant item in diet of many countries such as Africa, United States, etc.     China and then India are two main countries that cultivate rice in large amount. Then come, are Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Brazil, etc.     Rice is starchy food and with high glycemic index, and this why, many people avoid this nutritious food. If cooked and ate properly, especially brown rice may not cause any harm. Repeated reheating, or keeping rice in refrigerator for more than 24 hours, may lost its nutritional value.  Nutrients Present in Rice -       Before considering the nutritional value, we will have a look on the white rice and brown rice. Brown rice contains the bran and germ. It is considered as whole gra

Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans Prognosis


     Cancer - a life threatening disease. It is an autoimmune disease, where some of the body cell grow out of body's control and spread throughout the body. These abnormal body cells start destruction of normal body cell. 

     Cancer is due to some genetic changes in DNA structure of body. The normal body cells have a life span , but when there are such type of changes in DNA, these body cells do not die, rather they grow up and disturb the function of normally working cells. 

     There are some common cancers such as Lung cancer, skin cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, bladder cancer, etc. There are some rare cancers also, that do not occur in general, and they may have no spreading speed as these common cancers have.  Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, is one of the rare type sarcoma. 

     Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) is generally a flesh colored or reddish purplish colored firm patch of skin. It occurs generally in the middle layer of skin. From there, it can spread to nearby subcutaneous fat beneath skin. 

    Tumor begins with smaller size of half to one cm. Then it grows slowly and become a bigger size nodule. It is rare soft tissue tumor. It rarely involves muscles and fascia. About 85 to 90 % of DFSP are of low grade. 

Location -

     Generally the tumor appear on skull, arms, legs, trunk etc. It can be sometimes noticed in breast or external reproductive organs in female.

Signs & Symptoms (Appearance) -

     It can first be seen as pimples on skin surface. It is also noticed as rough outgrowth on skin surface. Slowly it grows as tumor.  

     Some times it appears as around rough patch on skin surface. It grows slowly and seems like a big pimple or a fleshy mass. it is generally bright red in color.

     In the beginning, it may smaller peanut size. The growing tumor can be of nutmeg size or more. There may be a bunch of multiple smaller lumps.

     It is not painful growth. There is no marked tenderness or pain. The lump may be fleshy, rubbery or hard to feel. 

Risk Factors - 

     Generally it affects both men, women equally; but in pregnancy the chances of fast growth of tumor is possible in women. 

     History of any Cancer, in families, can be the risk factors for DFSP. 

Treatment - 

     DFSP, is generally removed surgically. If we think of Homoeopathy treatment, it can be started to prevent the recurrence. 

    In early stage , if any reddish patch appears on the above mentioned areas, and treated with Homoeopathy, then the further surgery can be prevented.

Dr. Nilam
M.D. Homoeopathy
Mob. No. 9960205821


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