Explanation Of The Results Of The Breast Lump Biopsy?
Can you explain about my mother’s biopsy results? r n r nExamination report: 2x Mamma Dextra QLB Puncture was performed on solid nodules measuring + (4x4x3) cm. Next, 1 slide is made. Microscopic: The Celulair smear consists of clustered and scattered Pleuomorphic oval-nucleated anaplastic epithelial cells. Primary children prominent with eosinophylic broad cytoplasm. Background is the distribution of red blood cells and inflammatory cells of MN, PMN. Conclusion: Nodul Mamma Dextra OLB, FNAB: INVASIVE DUCTAL CARSINOMA Thank you
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The lump in your mother's breast is a malignant breast cancer with an invasive type of ductal carcinoma. This type is a type of malignant breast cancer that is most often found (about 70-80% of all cases of malignant breast cancer). This cancer originates in the milk ducts (ducts) and spreads to the breast tissue around the ducts.
Your mother will need further tests to determine the stage of this cancer. We recommend that you immediately bring the results of the biopsy to the doctor who asks for an examination for evaluation and further management of your mother. Treatment for cancer that is done the earlier, the better. Delaying treatment or trying alternative treatments without medical treatment can cause the cancer to grow bigger and even spread to other organs.
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