Li Nan, actor of National Theatre, died of ovarian cancer

Anyone familiar with Li Nan knows that she is an actor at the National Discourse Academy. She graduated from the Performance Department of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Opera, and then began her career as an actor. Works, as well as film and television dramas such as “Snail Action” and “Criminal Scene”. Unfortunately, at 1:40 a.m. on May 7, Li Nan, an actor of the National Theatre, died of ovarian cancer due to inadequate rescue. He was only 39 years old. According to multiple media sources, Li Nan ’s physical condition has not been very good. , But she never paid attention to it. Until August last year, Li Nan was found to have abnormal ovarian lesions, but because she was about to participate in a drama performance, Li Nan was reluctant to give up the opportunity, plus the surgery cost required a lot of money, Li Nan failed Receive treatment in time. During the Spring Festival, Li Nan again found that he had advanced ovarian cancer and started hospitalization. Unfortunately, because it was advanced ovarian cancer, he had lost the chance of radical surgery. As an obstetrician and gynecologist, when it comes to ovarian cancer, I can’t help but think of three sevens. The ovaries are actually not large, but this small organ is cancerous. It will die within five years, and 70% of ovarian cancer patients will be over 50 years old. However, the younger the patients with ovarian cancer, the worse the prognosis. There are about 225,000 new cases of ovarian cancer in China every year. Unfortunately, many patients still delay after obvious discomfort, which eventually leads to a late diagnosis. As a doctor, we should remind everyone that there are four This signal, please note that the ovaries may be bad. First, there is a large amount of fluid in the abdominal cavity and pelvis of unknown cause. Be warned that it is caused by ovarian cancer. This fluid is a malignant fluid. In the fluid, tumor cells from the ovary can often come. Second, pelvic masses, many ovarian cancers are often found on both sides. Bilateral growth of malignant ovarian tumors accounts for 75%, while benign ovarian tumors account for only 15%. Although the ovaries are small, they are due to cancer. The lumps continue to grow, so that doctors can often palpate the lumps in the patient’s lower abdomen. Third, abdominal pain. Over time, ovarian cancer may rupture, hemorrhage, reverse, and necrosis. At this time, it may cause severe abdominal pain. Many women go to the hospital because of acute abdomen to find out that it is caused by ovarian cancer. Fourth, decreased appetite, weight loss, and increased frequency of urination and urination. In advanced stages, ovarian cancer can cause significant loss of appetite and weight loss. As the tumor oppresses adjacent organs, patients will also experience increased frequency of urination.