Explanation Of The Results Of Lab Tests Of Malignant Epithelial Tumors?

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BismillaH … Goodnight HealthReplies.com. I was on September 16, 2019 and at 3:30 p.m. I had received medical treatment by a doctor at the Batam Awalbros hospital, Cystoscopy. The results are sent to the lab for research. Then, on 17 September 2019 at 13:00 WIB I was allowed to go home by the doctor, and meet the doctor again later on 24 September 2017 at 11:00 WIB. The results of the inspection by the lab have come out and sent an email to me on this September 19, 2019. The result is: MACROSCOPIC: Receive 1 bottle of gray, white ragged 2cc volume tissue, wrap all 1 printed tapes. MICROSCOPIC: Intra-bladder biopsy preparation showing connective tissue containing “epithelial malignant tumor cells” arranged in tubular and cribiform forms. Pleomorphic tumor nucleus, hyperchromatic, partially visible nucleus, eosinophilic cytoplasm and vacuol filled with mucin. Mitosis found. The stroma is called PMN inflammation cells, lymphoplasmasitic, some eosinophils and bleeding. Honestly, I was afraid, my weight which was originally 50kg (2 August) has now become 47kg (19 September). The medicine given by the doctor before returning from the hospital when I eat at home makes my body temperature hot and makes me shiver and feel dizzy. while the time limit to see a doctor is still 4 days. Please help.

1 Answer:

Hello Pharma, thank you for asking.


Based on the cytological examination or anatomic pathology that you get, it is found that there are malignant cells in your bladder mass. Malignancy or also called cancer (malignant tumor), consists of various types, depending on the location and type of cells that make it up. In your case, based on the results of the examination obtained epithelial cells that are malignant. Epithelial cells are cells that line the outer organs of the body and limit the body's organs to the outside world. In the condition of malignancy, epithelial cells will change their nature so that it divides uncontrollably, and urges and damages the surrounding healthy tissue. Malignant cells have the ability to be separated and carried away by blood or lymphatics, to other organs, and cause damage to these other organs.


The results of the examination must be returned and read by the doctor who treats you. The doctor will match the results with your physical examination. The action and treatment will be adjusted to the diagnosis set. At present, there is no specific action you must take. We do not have the right to give your instructions to take certain medicines or stop taking them, because we do not handle you. Adjust treatment as recommended by the doctor. If the doctor really determines the existence of malignancy, then the therapy may be in the form of surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy, or other therapeutic modalities.


Thus a brief explanation from me. Hopefully it is quite useful. Regards.

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