Irregular Bleeding With A History Of Menopause?
Hello warahmatullah, a few months ago my mother was examined by an obstetrician, because after a long period of menopause it turned out that my mother suddenly had irregular bleeding. The results of the examination: Macro: Ragged tissue as much as 3/4 CC, blackish brown color, soft.Micro: Between fibrocolagen connective tissue which is called inflammation of MN cells and some PMNs appear tumor groups that some contain keratin with pleomorphic nucleus, hyperchromatic partially vascular, mitosis found. The surrounding lymph vessels are not clearly infiltrated with tumor cells. Visible bleeding and area of necrosis. Conclusion: Keratinizing epidermoid carcinoma cervix, moderately differentiated. Well, how can I interpret these results, actually what disease is being suffered by my mother? Thank you in advance.
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Based on the story you mentioned, that your mother had irregular bleeding with a history of menopause.
Then, the results of micro and macro examination of tissue taken from the cervix (cervix), found tattered tissue and signs that indicate the presence of malignant tumors (cancer) in the cervix (cervix).
Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor that occurs in the mouth of the cervix. Tumors occur due to abnormal growth of cells in the cervix. Cervical cancer can be caused by a history of sexually transmitted infections, or hormonal changes, or there is a history of hereditary from a previous parent with cancer.
Cervical cancer is usually characterized by irregular (many and frequent) bleeding from the birth canal (pubic), abdominal pain and pain during intercourse.
Treatment of cervical cancer can be done in several ways such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy and so on.
Irregular bleeding from the birth canal with a history of menopause, can be caused by other things, such as an infection in the cervical mouth, a cyst in the uterus, or a thickening of the uterine wall. However, if by direct macro and micro tissue examination, and the conclusion is that there is a carcinoma (cervical tumor / cancer) of the cervix, it means that most likely your mother has cancer of the cervix.
To get more information about the causes, diagnosis and treatment of complaints experienced by your mother, and get a complete examination directly, you can consult an obstetrician.
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