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Placental Site Nodule
Is this normal with retained placental parts. "two biopsy samples showed placental site nodules with intermed. Trophoblastic cells showing sig atypia"?
Need specialist: This is a very concerning and confusing pathology report. It sounds like a problem called 'gestational trophoblastic disease' is a possibility and you need referral to a gynecologic oncologist. While this starts as a local problem in the uterus, if not addressed and treated, it can turn into cancer. Please get expert help! ...Read more
Placental site nodules with intermediate trophoblastic cells showing significant cytologic atypia.Not uncommon. Is this common with retained placenta?
Pathology report?: If that is your pathology report from the removal of tissue at a d ;c? If yes, than commonly seen. ...Read more
What are placental site nodules? 4 mo postpartum. Will dc pathology show possible malignancy? Significantly atyp trophoblastic cells present on biopsy
Know any survivors that had placental site trophoblastic tumor that had EMACO but now suffers with severe constant all over body pain years later?
PSTT: This type of tumor is rare. Finding someone else with your exact problem is not likely. The chemotherapy regimen you had is the one commonly used for placental cancers/tumors. One of the meds may have caused nerve damage. Your pain might be due to this. OTOH, your problem might be completely unrelated. I would recommend consultation with a medical oncologist who would be familiar with these probs. ...Read more
I have nodules at both thyroid site, is there anything i can do to prevent nodules from getting bigger? Does taking Ginseng supplements help ?
If lung cancer is found early (still a small nodule, ) can it be cured, or can it only be treated. Some sites say that lung cancer can not be cured.
Severe HPV (plantars), sarcoidosis w/ atypical lung nodules 8mm with suv of 10.9 what are chances of cancer? No lung bx done other site pos for sarc
Hard to say: Do you have significant risk for lung cancer? Are you a smoker? If yes, you need to stop smoking . The lung nodule is likely sarcoidosis of the lung although if you are also a heavy smoker, lung cancer is possible. I will suggest you to have a follow up ct scan to ensure stability if it is rapidly growing, while your sarcoidosis is quite without symptom perhaps biopsy can be considered then. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lesion on mammogram. Nodule on xray. Clear ct. Swollen lnodes. Likely cancer? Lump w/o mobility nor pain. Pain @ site of nodule. Biopsy? Smoker 20 yr
Itchy nodular over buttocks, hurts sometimes, increases in size with scratching.Also having m/l small lesion over thigh itchy, recur on same site?
Perirectal abscess?: You need to have a doctor examine the skin area and treat this appropriately. An abscess is a chronic skin infection that will not improve unless opened with an incision surgically, drained of pus, and treated with antibiotics. A perirectal abscess can be serious if left untreated, may spread and cause septicemia- please have your GP evaluate the area and decide on next steps, immediately ...Read more