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Biopsy Of Antrum
What regenerative mean? Biopsy antrum result- regenerative change consistent w/chemical gastritis or healing erosion. Neg for hpylori & inte metaplasia
There was damage to the lining of the stomach and it now healing by regenerating new epithelium/lining.
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Biopsy is tissue removed by needle or cutting to remove part of a body part. It is usually a small amount of material that is processed by a pathologist. Most of the time it is stained and looked at through a microscope to arrive at a diagnosis. Special processes are done for some tissues or problems. The purpose is to tell what the problem is (diagnosis). ...Read more
Diffuse moderate inflammation characterized by erosion and erythema found in gastric body and gastric antrum. Biopsies taken. What is dr. Looking for?
Antrum biopsy showed mild chronic inactive gastritis with focal intestinal metaplasia with no helicobacter organism. Does that mean cancer?
All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, the information you provided does not suggest any serious issue and certainly no cancer.
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Endoscopy revealed diffuse moderate inflammation characterized by erosions & erythema in gastric body & antrum. Biopsies taken. Dr. Is looking for?
Endoscopy revealed diffuse moderate inflammation characterized by erosions & erythema in gastric body & antrum. Biopsies taken. Is cancer likely?
Wait for biopsy,,,,,: At this point it's inconclusive to say and a clearer idea of this can be obtained once the biopsy results come back. Most stomach cancers are characterized by raised and thickened ulcer margins which you apparently don't have. Other cancers there are associated with blood disorders like lymphomas and have gastric thickening. Based on this cancer isn't likely but again, the bx gives more info.. ...Read more
I have erythema in lower 3rd of esophagus, z-line 40cm from incisors, large food amount (Residue)in stomach, Erythematous mucosa in the antrum biopsied?
Endoscopy report: Erythema is of little significance without a biopsy of the area to correlate, large food residue could mean you have gastroparesis, or slow stomach emptying that might benefit from medication (or small frequent meals), and I'm glad that the antrum was biopsied. That's a place where you are likely to find H pylori if they are present. ...Read more
Endo biopsy result regenerative changes consistent w/ healing erosion or chemical gastritis (antrum). neg for h pylor and intesti metaplasa. Is cancer?
My doctor found congestion and erythema in the gastric antrum, after endoscopy and two biopsies were done. What could the results of these biopsies be?
Localized continuous erythema, friability, & congestion of the mucosa with no bleeding in Antrum. Compatible with non-erosive gastritis? Biopsy done!
H PYLORI?: I would recommend getting copies of your reports and making sure they did biopsies for h pylori. Also blood work for hpylori ig G and IG m and still for HPYLORI x 3 samples And blood work for celiac disease. You may benefit from a ppi like protonix (pantoprazole). And a gluten free diet. WholeApproach. Com. Gutbliss. Com Also probiotics. Follow up with GI doc To go over treatment options. ...Read more
I got a egd today and waiting on the biopsy results. What does congestion in the stomach body and antrum compatible with gastritis? & normal mucosa?
Patchy inflammation: Congestion is synonymous with hyperemia, which literally means redness. Based on the your description of the endoscopic appearance of your stomach lining it sounds like you have a patchy mild inflammation there. Biopsies will tell more, and may help point to cause of said inflammation (e.g. H.Pylori, nsaid, etc.). ...Read more
Tissue Diagnosis: I presume that you had a radiologic study and/or examination that showed an abnormality for which a doctor recommended a biopsy. While the above studies may be helpful, they are usually not 100% diagnostic. A biopsy provides tissue to evaluate under the microscope for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
A surgical procedure: This is a surgical procedure to identify the first node that receives drainage from the site of the cancer, and is thus the node most likely to have cancer if cancer has spread. It is done routinely for breast cancer and melanoma. Thenode is removed and examined under the microscope for cancer. The results will help determine what additional treatments may be needed. ...Read more
It depends: The type of biopsy recommended depends on many things such as location and type of mass that is being biopsied. Some are done with a fine needle, some require more extensive incisions. Your doctor will explain exaclty what type of biopsy it will be. ...Read more
'to cut' biopsy: 'incisional biopsy' literally means to 'cut out some tissue' to get a good sample of a particular lesion (usually skin but can be any biopsy). An excisional biopsy is similiar but this refers to removing the whole lesion with normal tissue around it (as in a small dark mole removed). Biopsies are sent to a pathologist who 'reads' the slides under a microscope looking for abnormal cells/diseases. ...Read more
To get a diagnosis: A stereotactic biopsy is indicated when a lump or an abnormal proliferation is detected on clinical or radiologic exams. Teh purpuse is to collect tissue that, after processing, will be evaluated under the microscope by a pathologist and a diagnosis will be rendered. Based on this diagnosis, your doctor will know how to treat you. ...Read more
A cone shaped tissue is removed from the uterine cervix for diagnosis and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions. See this site for more info.
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Maybe: Prostate biopsies are very safe but there are increasing reports recently of higher resistance rates to the antibiotics we use prior to the biopsy. This means a potentially higher rate of infection but overall the incidence is still very small. The most common problem after a prostate biopsy is bleeding and infection but is usually not lifeb threatening. ...Read more
Depends on the: Reason for doing the biopsy. It may be done laproscopically or by opening the abdomen. You should discuss the matter with your doctor who has more information about your health history and the reason for the biopsy. ...Read more
No: Bladder biopsies are generally an office procedure. It is performed by placing a telescope into the bladder and removing a small portion for pathological examination to determine if there is cancer present. It can safely be performed in the office with minimal discomfort during the procedure. There will be some mild burning after the procedure which will usually resolve in a few days. ...Read more
Result of biopsy: More important than the biopsy per se. Biopsy involves removing part of the lesion on the vulva so that it may be examined by a pathologist to determine the nature of the disease, usually to rule in or rule out cancer. The amount of tissue removed is not likely to leave any lasting mark. If your doctor has suggested a biopsy, please follow her/his advice. ...Read more
Cramping: An endometrial biopsy is a very safe and quick procedure to sample the uterus. The only pain associated with this procedure is the holder that is used on your cervix that can cause a cramp and the suction from the tiny straw which also feels like menstrual cramps. Take Ibuprofen before hand. ...Read more
See below: A biopsy is a minor surgical procedure to capture a tissue specimen for microscopic analysis. This can be done via a scalpel, a needle, a biopsy 'punch' (like a cookie cutter), or etc. The post-op expectations might be: minor pain, minor swelling, minor bleeding, etc. There may be no after effects at all. ...Read more
~48hrs: Most basic pathology results from a biopsy should be available in ~48hrs. The tissue needs to fix in formalin for a particular amount of time (6hrs-overnight) then be processed, slides made and stained, then interpreted. Each of these steps takes time. Additional staining or deeper cuts for furthe evaluation/markers may add another day before the full results are back. ...Read more