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Malignant Mesothelioma

End Stages of Mesothelioma Symptoms

End Stages of Mesothelioma Symptoms

End Stages of Mesothelioma Symptoms are severe because it is the most advanced stage of the disease. In stage 4 the cancer has spread over the original area and the prognosis is very bad. The life expectancy of patients diagnosed with stage 4 of mesothelioma is usually one year or less.

Definition of mesothelioma in stage 4
The usual way to use the severity and progression of cancer classification is to use a level four level system. In this system, the stage 4 mesothelioma is the last step, and are usually considered terminal.

The most notable feature of the mesothelioma stage of step 4 is that the cancer has spread over its origin. This fact, known as metastasis name, means that cancer cells are found throughout the body, including the lymph nodes and far from where they started organs.

End Stages of Mesothelioma Symptoms

The symptoms of stage 4 of mesothelioma are usually very serious and often spread in the body, not just the area in which the cancer has developed for the first time.


Common End Stages of Mesothelioma Symptoms include:


  • General feeling of discomfort or fatigue
  • Difficulty breathing and dyspnoea
  • Disphagia (difficulty swallowing)
  • Pain and tightness in the chest
  • Night and suffering fever
  • Abdominal pain and discomfort
  • Accumulation of fluid in the chest or belly
  • Hemoptysis (blood loss)
  • Unexplained weight loss

Mesothelioma prognosis for stage 4
The median survival time for patients diagnosed with stage 4 mesothelioma is approximately 12 months. In most cases, the cancer will continue to spread into respiratory or heart failure, as a result.

The life expectancy of a patient varies according to age, gender and overall health, as well as the location of the mesothelioma cell type and other factors.


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