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Doctor insights on: Cytopathology Report Pap 1

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Pap Smear (Definition)

A pap smear (cervical smear) is a text looking at the cells from the canal and outside of the cervix to see if any abnormalities (especially ...Read more


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What is: "r/o atypical Nevus" in doctor's note?

What is: "r/o atypical Nevus" in doctor's note?

Biopsy: An atypical Nevus is suspicious for malignancy. Therefore a biopsy is often done to establish a histopathological diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more

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Is stromal fibrosis commonly mistaken with breast cancer? I was told about radiology pathology discordance

Is stromal fibrosis commonly mistaken with breast cancer? I was told about radiology pathology discordance

Final by pathologist: Yes fibrosis may show in mammography as suspicious but pathologist with trained eye will not mistake it for cancer. Pathologist will give final answer weather is malignant or non malignant fibrosis . Tissue examination is final answer ...Read more

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I was Diagnosed with Severe Dysplasia(CIN3)involving ectocervical squamous mucosa and fragments of benign endocervical glandular epithelium. ?

I was Diagnosed with Severe Dysplasia(CIN3)involving ectocervical squamous mucosa and fragments of benign endocervical glandular epithelium. ?

Cervical Cancer: CIN3 is a high risk precursor to cervical cancer and needs to be treated and followed up. Local procedures like LEEP or cone biopsy are important to exclude possible occult invasion. Follow-up following those with visual exam, pap and HPV testing to exclude recurrence or residual are vital. Visual exam to exclude HPV disease of vagina or vulva are also important. ...Read more

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What would this mean in MRI findings - Enlarged nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal tonsillar fossa lymphoid tissues. Reactive lymph nodes in the ne?

What would this mean in MRI findings -   Enlarged nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal tonsillar fossa lymphoid 	  tissues. Reactive lymph nodes in the ne?

Evaluation: Most probably that you have enlarged tonsils and adenoid tissue. You need a head and neck exam by an ENT with the MRI in order to get the correct diagnosis. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Had sono of neck, level 5 perform found a subcutaneous hypoechoic nodule consist w/ lymph node meas 1.1 x 0.2 x 0.9 C.M. Fatty hilum observe? What mea

Had sono of neck, level 5 perform found a subcutaneous hypoechoic nodule consist w/ lymph node meas 1.1 x 0.2 x 0.9 C.M. Fatty hilum observe? What mea

It is not serious: Observe means it can be watched and monitored for any further growth in size. if it increases in size such that you can feel it, then it should be removed or a biopsy done to find out the cause and rule out cancer in the lymph node. ...Read more

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What do abnormal squamous cells in urinalysis mean?

What do abnormal squamous cells in urinalysis mean?

Several things: Having an abnormal urilnalysis can result from several factors. Things such as infection, bladder stones, catheterization (especially prolonged urinary catheterization), and malignancy can be possible causes. If this was detected, a urological evaluation should be sought to include a cystoscopy (placement of a telescope into the bladder to visualize the bladder). ...Read more

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Had colonscopy done, notes say small AC lesion near the cecum. Had CT scan, waiting for results. Biopsy was not done. Colonscopy 2013 was clear. Idea?

Had colonscopy done, notes say small AC lesion near the cecum. Had CT scan, waiting for results. Biopsy was not done. Colonscopy 2013 was clear. Idea?

Polypoid lesion: If on colonoscopy a small lesion noted in the ascending colon not seen previously I suspect a small polypoid growth noted. If base not on a stalk, bx might have been held off for possibility that bx could lead to performation. If small such lesions hard to define on scan. Best approach is to consider repeat colonoscopy in 4-4 mo. and bx performed if lesion larger. ...Read more

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7mm round firm node on chin above jawline. 2 sub centermeter nodes at lower neck. biopsy 3 mths ago on level 2 node indicates follicular hyperplasia.

7mm round firm node on chin above jawline. 2 sub centermeter nodes at lower neck. biopsy 3 mths ago on level 2 node indicates follicular hyperplasia.

Question?: Not sure what the question is here. Sounds like the diagnosis has been made already. Pretty large lymph nodes for follicular hyperplasia. Was treatment recommended or prescribed? ...Read more

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Whats this mean? No dr to see, ordered b/c painful breathe. Multiple bilat noncalc pulm nod 3-4mm. Favors granulomatous process (disease wrote above)

Whats this mean? No dr to see, ordered b/c painful breathe. Multiple bilat noncalc pulm nod 3-4mm. Favors granulomatous process (disease wrote above)

Inconclusive.: Small pulmonary nodules can be lots of things. Old granulomatous disease from a prior infection is most common. If you could provide the radiologist with old studies that would be extremely helpful. If not then follow up imaging is important. ...Read more

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For 58+ F, Hb 10.8, RBC 3.66, PCV 34, MCV 94, MCHC 31, WBC 5.4, Pt 1.8, Iron 57, TIBC 255, TSI 22, RC 1.2, Ferritin 83 indicate which type of anemia ?

For 58+ F, Hb 10.8, RBC 3.66, PCV 34, MCV 94, MCHC 31, WBC 5.4, Pt 1.8, Iron 57, TIBC 255, TSI 22, RC 1.2, Ferritin 83 indicate which type of anemia ?

Mild anemia: Assuming you've had no recent bleeding episodes, these findings could be seen in mild/early anemia of chronic disease. Hgb and Hct are only boarder line low, and iron panel appears within the reference range. Even something as simple as a particularly heavy period could cause mild anemia of this type, though. If you have a chronic medical illness, it could cause this type of anemia. ...Read more

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U/s for liver cyst reads complex cyst w/partial sepetation MRI reads it's a hemangioma. Which is more accurate?

U/s for liver cyst reads complex cyst w/partial sepetation MRI reads it's a hemangioma.  Which is more accurate?

If they are: both describing the same lesion, MRI with contrast is more specific and accurate in this case. ...Read more