u003cspan style=”color: #4b4f56; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: #f1f0f0;”u003eConsists of a network fibrous connective tissue found among them are proliferative blood vessels, thickened walls, lumen filled with RBCs. Among them were found lymph nodes. No malignant signs were found in this preparation Impression: Lymphangioma ileumu003c/spanu003e
Thanks for the question. Are these results the result of a biopsy or the act of taking a body tissue and then examining it in a laboratory? From the results of these preparations found connective tissue, growth of blood vessels with thickened walls, the cavity of the preparation contains red blood cells and lymph glands. From these preparations it can be concluded that only ileal lymphangioma occurs. Ileal lymphangioma is an abnormal growth of lymph nodes that occur in the small intestine (ileum) so that abnormalities can be found in the form of lumps.
I'm sorry I can't help explain further because what you convey is the result of a laboratory examination that cannot stand alone / be interpreted alone without other information. These results must be related to the complaints experienced by the patient and the doctor's physical examination and other supporting examinations. Please return to the discussion with the doctor who treats the patient so that the doctor can explain better about these findings.
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