Will Benign Tumors Come Back After Surgery?
Hello .. r nDok will benign tumors come back after surgery ??
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A tumor is an uncontrolled and excessive growth of cells in the body. In general, these tumors can be categorized as benign and malignant. This classification can be determined based on the type of cell, the progression, and various other factors. Each of these tumor types has its own precipitating factors and the likelihood of recurrence which can vary widely.
Unfortunately, you didn't mention clearly what benign tumor you meant? Where is the exact location? So, what kind of surgery do you do? Are there any other treatments done besides surgery?
Most benign tumor growth is strongly influenced by genetic factors. This condition often causes tumors to come back even though they have received treatment, including surgery. However, back again, how likely it is that a benign tumor to come back certainly depends on what type of tumor you mean. For example, lipomas (benign tumors originating from fat cells in the skin) have a recurrence potential of 3 to 62.5% after treatment. Meanwhile, mammary fibroadenoma (benign tumor originating from breast parenchyma cells) has a recurrence potential of about 34% after receiving treatment. Other types of benign tumors certainly have a different potential for recurrence.
Therefore, given the very limited information you provide regarding your complaint, we strongly urge you to consult directly with a surgeon specialist for further explanation.
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