Lumps In The Breast, Including Malignant Tumors?
Tonight, I want to ask. My friend has been convicted of malignant neoplasm of breast, is that a malignant or dangerous tumor or may have entered breast cancer? Thank you in advance
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Malignant neoplasm of breast means a lump in the breast caused by the growth of abnormal cells (neoplasms) that are malignant (malignant), or in other words breast cancer.
Further examination by an oncology surgeon to determine the stage of the disease is based on the size of the lump, involvement of lymph nodes, and whether malignant cells have spread and invaded other organs. Then a follow-up therapy plan is based on the severity of the stage of the disease, which can be in the form of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or surgery. The sooner the disease is diagnosed and the therapy is started, the hope for the improvement of the disease will be even greater.
That's all, hope you can help