The Possibility Of A Coli Tumor Growing Back Postoperatively?
please answer yes !! r nMy mother was diagnosed with a tumor colli and the bulb was located in the middle of the right neck near the esophagus and had surgery done? Well, if the tumor colli postoperatively and the lump can grow back ?? How to prevent it or avoid it?
Hi Hendra .. Thank you for the question.
Colli tumors are excess cell growth that occurs in the neck region. Colli tumors can occur due to enlargement of lymph nodes, thyroid gland, salivary glands, fatty tissue, or from muscles. To find out if a tumor / excess cell growth is benign or malignant, a biopsy is needed. Biopsy is to take some of the tumor tissue to examine the tissue under a microscope, then from there it can be determined whether the tumor is benign, or leads to malignancy / cancer. Malignant tumors that damage the surrounding tissue, can spread to other parts of the body such as the brain, lungs, liver, or other body parts. While those that are benign will not spread to other body parts, do not damage the surrounding tissue, and slow growth.
The good thing after this is that your mother still routinely controls the surgeon who performed the surgery so that it can be known the type of tumor tissue in your mother's neck. Whereas what can be done is: do a healthy lifestyle, eat nutritious food, avoid smoking and avoid cigarette smoke, do regular exercise, and keep the daily puth water in need.
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