Results Of Anatomical Pathology Postoperative Tumor On The Left Arm?
dear doctorrnrnbbrp days ago my father operated on a tumor on his left arm, after the PA results were removed, the results were:rnDiagnosis: left arm tumor: features of myxoid sarcomatous in filtration.r ncomment : immunohistochemistry is recommended for definitive diagnosis and sarcoma subtyping. thx before.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tumors are abnormal growths of tissue in certain parts of the body. Usually, whether or not a tumor is dangerous, and the determination of how to treat it, will depend on further information provided by investigations, one of which is PA examination or anatomical pathology.
In your father's case, the results suggest that there is a malignancy in the tumor in your father's left arm, and that another examination, called immunohistochemistry is needed to provide a more definitive, detailed diagnosis, which will also help to confirm the diagnosis. determine the best treatment for your father.
Even so, our advice is still to check and discuss these results with the doctor who treats your father. Because after all, the diagnosis is not made only on the basis of supporting examinations, but also a combination of history and physical examination. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa