Anatomical Pathology Examination Results For Breast Cancer?
Thank you for the question.
It should be understood beforehand, that interpreting the results of anatomic pathology examination can not be done simply by looking at the conclusions as you mentioned. Ideally, the interpretation of the results of these examinations should be returned to the oncology doctor or surgeon who checks directly, because they should be compared with the clinical symptoms that appear and other investigations carried out. But at first glance, referring to the conclusions above, a type of invasive NOS (not otherwise specified) grade III breast cancer occurs with a diameter of 3 cm with spread to blood vessels.
There are many types of breast cancer. Invasive carcinoma of the breast is defined as a malignant tumor derived from breast epithelial cells, which has damaged its original structure, and is at high risk of spreading to lymph nodes, blood vessels, and various other areas of the body. Grade III information in the conclusion above examination results are different from stage III. Grade III here shows that cancer cells are very different from normal breast cells. Usually, this type of cancer has the ability to grow and spread very quickly, so it is quite dangerous.
As mentioned above, in order to be able to evaluate exactly what the patient's condition is, you need to consult the results of the above examination directly to the examining doctor. Thus, it can also be determined what is the best treatment, whether it can be with surgery, hormone therapy, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, or also various other therapeutic modalities.
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