Is It Mandatory For Colitis Tumor Surgery?
Good evening, I want to ask
Good evening Dianhary, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Tumor colitis is a tumor that is generally formed due to inflammation of the large intestine (colitis) in a long time. Colon tumor itself is a tissue that grows abnormally in the large intestine and can be benign or malignant (cancer) where the nature of the tumor must be ascertained first using an examination under a microscope called an anatomic pathology examination.
Regarding whether the colitis tumor suffered by your father must indeed be operated or not all depends on the decision of the doctor who examined your in-laws, because he is more aware of your in-laws 'condition, whether the operation is not carried out can endanger your current in-laws' condition or not. If the tumor is intended to be a malignancy, then generally it can be said that the tumor is dangerous for your in-laws if surgery is not performed.
For now, it's highly recommended to follow the advice given by the doctor who checks your in-laws, both in terms of surgery and other medicines given. If you and your family are in doubt and do not understand the condition of your in-laws, it is recommended that you ask the examining doctor everything, because as previously stated, he is more aware of your current in-laws' condition.
I hope this helps.