Gâm

(Tùi Gâm-chèng choán--lâi)

Gâm (Hàn-jī: 岩 ia̍h 巖[1], Eng-gí: cancer), iā kiò ok-sèng chéng-liû (惡性腫瘤), sī sè-pau hun-lia̍t (cell division) bô chèng-siông lâi chō-chiâⁿ ê chin chē khoán pēⁿ. Gâm sè-pau ē thoàⁿ kah sio-oá ê seng-bu̍t cho͘-chit (biological tissue) iah sī choán-î (metastasis) kah pa̍t-ūi. Gâm sè-pau ē-tit thàu-kòe hoeh-lâu ia̍h lîm-pa hē-thóng (lymphatic system) lâi choán-î. Toā-sè-hàn lóng ū ki-hoe tio̍h gâm, jú ū-hòe hong-hiám jú koân, in-ūi chia̍h-lāu (senescence) liáu-āu, DNA sńg-tn̄g (DNA damage) ē jú giâm-tiōng. Tī sian-chìn kok-ka (developed country), gâm-chèng sī 1 chióng chú-iàu ê sí-bông in-sò͘.

Chham-khóSiu-kái

  1. 张纲 (1997). 中医百病名源考 (ēng Hôa-gí). 人民卫生出版社. ISBN 978-7-117-02732-8.