Postoperative Examination Results For A Lump In The Thigh?
Good night sorry to bother you, I want to ask that I finished the surgery on my lump. The results of the lab information there are two large tissue with a size of 3×2.5×2 cm, and a small one with a size of 2×1.5×1 cm, weighs 10.3 grams, brown, consistency springy, with a black part, on the cleavage cross section is brown, solid consistency , take-2 kupe. What do you think the results are? I haven’t met the doctor because Monday only met but I’m curious about this result.
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Associated with a lump in the area of the thigh that has just been removed will usually be carried out further microscopic examination by using a microscope with the aim is to see the tissue inside and the cells in it so that it can be identified
Type of network
Cells whether there are changes into malignant cells
Arrangement of cells
Condition of infection or white blood cells
Based on the results you give is a macrochopic appearance so it is not certain about the condition that can be seen is the size of the jar, the color, and the consistency that the lump contains solids not liquid
It's best to keep consulting your results
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