Explanation Of The Biopsy Results?
afternoon, yesterday I had a biopsy and the results below, what does that mean? still good. In the cortex there are several reactive lymphoid lympholicles with germinativum centers, some of which contain “tingible r nbody macrophage”. Widened paracortex areas, including some macrophages, some containing brownish pigments. No specific signs appear. There is no visible r n r n r n r n n n r n n r nHisological sign that is histologic according to dermatopathic lymphadenitis.
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Dermatopathic lymphadenitis is an overgrowth of lymph node cells which are benign and quite rare. The condition is related to a history of other skin diseases such as erythroderma, pemphigus, psoriasia, eczema, neurodermatitis.
Complaints are accompanied by enlarged lymph nodes that are not painful and can be accompanied by fever. On physical examination dermatopathic lymphadenitis can mimic malignant lymphoma. The exact diagnosis is made through a tissue biopsy.
This disease is classified as self limiting disease, meaning that it does not require special treatment because it can heal spontaneously.
Carry out further consultations with the treating doctor for more complete information and further plans.
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