Biopsy Results After Lymph Node Surgery?
Good night .. 2 weeks ago my brother was abused by a biopsy operation with macroscopic results of ragged tissue of approximately 2 cc, chewy brown all print … Microscopic left neck lymphadenectomy preparations consisted of pieces of lymph node tissue with reactive lymphoid follicles. Histiocytes appear in the cortex until the cortex is spread. Also visible are the foci of micronecrosis which are called neutrophils / debris cells and lymphocytes. There is no clear picture of inflammation of tuberculosis in this preparation. Histological interpretation further supports bacterial lymphatics. What does that mean? Because it has been given an anti-bacterial drug, but the lump does not go flat, even after biopsy surgery, the lump feels painful and often has a fever suddenly .. That’s why huh? Thanks for the explanation..
Hello Devara, thank you for asking us at HealthReplies.com.
From the results of histological interpretation, these lumps lead to inflammation caused by bacteria. Where inflammation is located in the lymph nodes or lymph nodes. The existence of a lump that never decreases despite being given treatment with anti-bacterial drugs before can be caused by several things, including:
Anti-bacterial drugs given can not kill the infecting bacteria effectively. The existence of immunity to bacteria against anti-bacterial drugs that have been given / resistant. So that the possibility of needing other drugs with different groups so that the destruction system of bacteria can be carried out by the new drug. There are ways of consuming drugs / how to drink drugs that are not in accordance with the recommendations. It is better if you re-consult the doctor who referred to do a biopsy examination on your sister, because she was the one who has examined the lump directly and has had / know the history associated with the disease.
Avoid manipulating the lump often so that it does not get bigger, encourage your sister to eat healthy and balanced food, get enough rest. We recommend a number of these things so that the lumps don't get worse and get bigger. Avoid taking drugs without doctor's advice first.
So that we can convey, hopefully useful. Thanks.