Explanation Of The Results Of Histopathological Examination?
Night .. About a week ago my mother had a lump around the neck near the shoulder of the examination results said macroscopic: (in accordance with identity, without explanation) tissue accompanied by thread marks, size 2.2×1.7×1.5 cm. Brownish black color, springy cleavage cross-section of gray with brown spots, 1kupe. Microscopic: preparations show connective tissue with solid tumor nests. Tumor cells atypes clear vesicular cell nucleus polymorphies. Bypass mitosis Conclusion: neck region: undifferentiated carcinomia metastasis What is the diagnosis? Is it dangerous? Please enlighten me. thank you
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Based on the results of the histopathological examination, the possibility of a lump in the neck of your mother is caused by metastasis (spread) of malignant cancer from other places (can be anywhere), not specifically specified the location of origin of the cancer.
You should bring the results of the examination back to the doctor who examined your mother. Because these results indicate the presence of malignant cancer in a place that has spread, the examination should not be delayed. Delaying examination and treatment can cause the cancer to spread to other areas of the body or other organs. This condition experienced by your mother is quite dangerous, and will be even more dangerous if left without therapy.
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