An Explanation Of The Results Of The Biopsy Examination?
Hello, I want to ask about the FNAB results from swelling of the glands in my neck. Microscopic: preparations show erythrocytes evenly distributed including a large number of scattered lymphocytes, clustered epithelioid cells and a few mature mature fat cells. Conclusions: 1. FNAB mass colli sinistra: no malignant cells were obtained. 2. Inflammation of granulomatous which can be caused by tuberculosis infection please clinical correlation and other support. For the results above what does that mean … thank you …
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. FNAB or Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy is one type of investigation, the purpose of which is to find out specifically the characteristics of a foreign tissue in the body, whether malignant or not, and where it came from.
Regarding the results, in a nutshell to be conveyed by the examiner is indeed found a lump in the left neck, but found no features of malignancy or cancer from the results of the examination. The lump is thought to be a result of the inflammatory process, which could be due to tuberculosis or other diseases. This is still not certain just from this examination, so the doctor who treats you is advised to look at the relationship with clinical findings from the results of the examination or other supporting examinations.
What you can handle now is that there are no signs of cancer or malignancy from the results of your examination, and that you should go back to the doctor who asked you to do the examination, to consider further about what treatment is most appropriate for you. Meanwhile there is no need to worry too much, get enough rest, avoid cigarettes and consume healthy food. So, hopefully answering your question.