Explanation Of Lymph Node Cancer Lab Examination Results?
I want to ask after the diagnosis Tu.area branchialis.fnab: diffuse large non hodgkin lymphoma maligna cell
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The diagnosis essentially shows that from the results of laboratory tests, the patient has lymph node cancer. The name of the disease is long because lymph node cancer is very diverse in types and is grouped from various aspects, the severity and origin of the tissue, so that a specific name is needed so that the treating doctor can immediately know what type of cancer the patient is experiencing, and what treatment should be done based on examination.
But in terms of the patient, what he needs to know is that this cancerous condition is malignant, which means that if treatment is not given immediately, the cancer can start to spread to other organs and damage the tissue, which can ultimately have a fatal impact. In cancer it is very determined that the sooner treatment is given, the hope of recovery will be even greater. So as a patient, or as a patient's family and relatives, what needs to be understood is that with this diagnosis, treatment should be given immediately, still undergo doctor's advice whether the order is operated on or chemotherapy, and not delay treatment for alternative treatments. Because often the patient returns with conditions that are far more difficult to cure. So, hopefully answering your question.