Amputation

The patient may experience substantial distress and suffering as a result of their amputation. Furthermore, treatment and social assistance are only temporary solutions. Rehabilitation and limb prostheses are also beneficial.

  1. Rehabilitation

After limb-salvage surgery, it is much more acute than after amputation. The limb may become unable to operate without it. It still takes a year for patients to flex their limbs to their full potential using it.

  1. Shock

Patients who do not recover from the terrible experience of undergoing cancer treatment are diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It could make you shiver or give you the shivers.

  1. Shortness of breath

Following the surgical removal of a lung metastasis, another concern is breathing problems.

  1. Hemorrhage

The risk of shococcy is increased if there is uncontrollable bleeding or inexplicable bruises at the surgical site.

  1. Reconstructive surgery's side effects

The malignant section of the upper arm is removed, and the lower arm is connected, leaving one arm shorter than the other.

  1. Infection of the wound

Flesh wounds left over from surgery increase the danger of bacteria exposure, slowing recovery and putting the patient vulnerable to a variety of infections.

  1. Anesthesia's side effects

Anesthesia and surgery for metastasis are not suited for people whose general health is compromised due to heart, liver, or renal problems, or poor nutritional habits.