Non-specific Inflammation Of Umbilical A / R?
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Every time there is a part of the body that is removed by the doctor, the doctor will recommend a histopathological examination. This examination is the best examination that can determine the cause of abnormalities in the part of the body that is removed. This examination can also determine the severity of the disease in certain diseases.
The results of this examination should be given to the doctor who took the tissue or lump on your skin. The doctor will explain more about the results of the histopathological examination. To give appropriate results, the doctor must know the patient's clinical history (through interviews and physical examination) before interpreting the results of the histopathological examination. These results will depend largely on the location, size, and characteristics of the tissue or lump before it is removed.
Based on the results of histopathological examination alone, there were no visible signs indicating the direction of malignancy. The lump may be the result of inflammation or infection. Doctors who acted on you before should be immediately given information about these results. The doctor will explain more deeply and determine the next treatment that you need to undergo.
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