The Results Of A Lump Examination On The Chin?
late last year after a biopsy I was diagnosed with a submental sinitra tumor, how dangerous was the tumor type and what was the cause🙏🙏
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Basically the submental sinus tumor only explains the presence of a lump in the submental area (the area under the chin) on your left side. Furthermore, it needs to be reconfirmed whether the intended tumor is really a tumor (meaning it has been confirmed that the lump is a tumor) or other lumps (sometimes lumps that are not yet clear what can also be called a tumor) such as abscesses, enlarged lymph nodes, etc.
If it has been confirmed that the lump is a tumor, it is necessary to know further whether the tumor is a malignant tumor or benign tumor, as well as tumors from what tissue was found. The things above certainly require a direct examination and also additional examinations (such as biopsy) to find out the exact cause. We recommend that you discuss it again with the doctor who examined you or check yourself directly to the surgeon to know clearly what lumps you have and also plans for further examination and management.
Without the information above, we cannot answer specifically the danger or not of the lump.
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