Explanation Of The Results Of The Cancer Cell Lab On Adenoma Cells?
Hello doctor. My mother experienced menses again for 1 full month when it was menopause 7 years. Finally check and kiret, lab results like this doc. Conclusions: – adenocarcinoma well differentiatedDD: – Atypical HyperplasiaWhat I regret, the doctor practiced it, only explained my mother was positive for cancer and recommended surgery but did not explain the two lab results they will be. Finally I find out at HealthReplies.com. It turns out there is also breast cancer in the body of my mother who I love. My heart was broken. Help me HealthReplies.com explain the results of the lab. And what surgery will you do? Thank you HealthReplies.com 🙏🏻
Hello, Mrs. Vica Soediro Thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
If judging back to the results that you submit, the diagnosis written there is
ADENOCARCINOMA WELL DIFFERENTIATED with Differential Diagnosis ATYPICAL HYPERPLASIA
In this case the diagnosis mentioned first is a diagnosis that is more likely to show the actual disease of your mother based on the results of the examination obtained, while the second diagnosis is the possibility of other diagnoses that may still be diseases that also approach the existing conditions based on the results of the examination conducted .
The term ADENOCARCINOMA WELL DIFFERENTIATED is cancer cells that appear in adenoma cells (organ cells that produce fluid / mucus that are almost found in all organs of the body) which in replication of cell growth still looks almost the same as normal cells, if at this level in conclusion then there are cells cancer in adenoma cells that are still low grade (mild degree). However, this is not related to the symptoms or the estimated outcome, but depends on how far the cancer has spread, the affected organs and so forth.
While what is meant by ATHYPICAL HYPERPLASIA is a condition where cells experience unnatural growth, and patterns that are not as normal from cell growth in general can be briefly referred to as a condition not cancer but could possibly develop into cancer.
If indeed there was a previous breast cancer, most likely the thing that happened during this time is metastasis or the spread of cancer cells from pre-existing breast cancer. However, what actions are appropriate for your mother's condition, can only be determined by the doctor who carries out the laboratory examination recommendations, because it is he who has examined your mother and understands your mother's health condition. Possible for treatment can be with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormone therapy or organ removal. The most important of all is good mental preparation in dealing with this disease. Because with good mentality and positive thoughts, it is not impossible if the conditions will be better than before. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information is useful for you. thanks.