Vulvar Cancer

Vulva is the soft skin tissue that surrounds the area of vagina and urethra, including clitoris. In other words vulva is he skin that engulfs the female genitals. Sometimes, there may be sores or bumps on the vulva causing itching which can be due to vulvar cancer. It can occur at any age but common in old aged women. Vulvar cancer can be treated and removed by surgery.

Excessive Burping

Belching is the process of expelling air through the mouth. It occurs normally for all people irrespective of their age and health condition. But for some people it occurs repeatedly in the same day causing embarrassment. When a person swallows too much of air unintentionally the stomach expands for accumulating the air. Eventually excess of air is sent out from the stomach through the mouth causing belching or burping.

Renal Cell Carcinoma

Renal cell cancer or renal cell carcinoma is a major type of cancer that develops in kidneys. This cancerous tumor is really challenging for the medical experts because it is associated with at least 4 types of hereditary syndrome. Often this will not show any symptom until the cancer cells have metastasized to distant organs of the body. About 3 persons in every 10 people diagnosed with renal cell cancer will have the presence of cancerous cells in the liver and lungs. Renal cell cancer can develop both due to hereditary and non-hereditary conditions. Treatment options available are surgery, immunotherapy and radiation therapy.


The process of thickening of blood vessels is known as aneurysm. The blood vessel develops abnormal bulging or swelling causing complications. Aneurysm can happen in any blood vessel. Aneurysm is common in brain where ballooning of blood vessel occurs in the brain. If the blood vessel gets ruptured inside it can cause severe headache, stroke and even death. Aneurysm can be treated by two main approaches by name emboilzation and by surgical clipping.

Bone Cancer

It is a rare type of cancer occurring in bones in any part of the body. It can affect your arms, or legs or other parts. Bone cancer starts within the cells that make up a bone. Mostly it occurs elsewhere in the body and slowly spread to the bone. This is called as metastatic cancer. Bone cancer does not affect the blood cells in the bone marrow and is not type of blood cell cancer.