Fathers Name : Paidi Ranjith
How can we Help the Kid ::
HELPING HANDS ALWAYS BETTER THAN PRAYING LIPS
NO ACT OF KINDNESS, NO MATTER HOW SMALL, IS EVER WASTED.
Please come forward and donate as much as you can and share this to as many as possible. Lucky needs little compassion and one chance to survive in this world
IF YOU WANT TO FEEL PROUD OF YOURSELF, YOU'VE GOT TO DO THINGS YOU CAN BE PROUD OF.
We can become rich in heart by helping Lucky and Nothing is the more divine than helping a baby with a new hope of life
What is hepatoblastoma?
Hepatoblastoma is a rare tumor (an abnormal tissue growth) that originates in cells in the liver. It is the most common cancerous (malignant) liver tumor in early childhood. Most hepatoblastoma tumors begin in the right lobe of the liver. Hepatoblastoma cancer cells also can spread (metastasize) to other areas of the body. The most common site of metastasis is the lungs.
Hepatoblastoma primarily affects children from infancy to about 5 years of age. Most cases appear during the first 18 months of life. Hepatoblastoma affects white children more frequently than black children, and is more common in boys than girls up to about age 5, when the gender difference disappears. It occurs more frequently in children who were born very prematurely (early) with very low birth weights
The signs and symptoms of pediatric hepatoblastoma often depend on the size of the tumor and whether it has spread to other parts of the body. Symptoms may include:
- A large mass in the abdomen
- Swollen abdomen
- Weight loss
- Decreased appetite
- Jaundice (yellowing of eyes and skin)
- Itchy skin
- Back pain