Action For Benign Breast Tumors Based On The Results Of The Examination?
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Based on the results of your mother's histopathology examination with a diagnosis of benign neoplasm of breast, which is a benign breast tumor. There are many types of benign breast tumors, including fibroadenomas, fibrocystic changes, and papillomas. This benign breast tumor must also be differentiated from breast cancer.
For the conclusion of your mother's histopathology results, namely solid papillary carcinoma mammae sinistra, which is a type of solid papillary carcinoma tumor found on the left breast. Solid papillar carcinoma is a type of breast tumor. This type of breast tumor is relatively rare and usually occurs more frequently in older women with an average age of 70 years, but this type of tumor can also be found in women aged 50 years or younger. In most cases this disorder is usually only unilateral or affects one part of the breast and usually appears in the middle of the breast.
Some studies also say that this tumor is included in Insitu carcinoma, which is an early form or early stage of cancer before it spreads to other parts, besides that this type of breast tumor is also rare, and it is advisable to be consulted about the results of histopathology to a surgeon who treat your mother before, and you can also consult with the anatomical pathologist who performs the histopathological examination for more information.
In general, the management of solid papillary carcinoma is in the form of excision surgery, but you should consult the surgeon who treats your mother again with this decision. The surgeon who treats your mother will later consider what action is right to do.
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