Originally Posted by LESLIETOO
The report isn't too bad. Moderately differentiated is better than poorly differentiated (less aggressive); clear margins are good (indicates that they got all of the tumor in that area and some good tissue around it), no vascular invasion is good; and so is the fact that only 3 lymph nodes are involved. Please follow up with a consult with an oncologist to work out a plan of chemo. Chemotherapy is used to mop up any stray cancer cells that my be circulating in your father's body and increases the odds of long term survival.
Thanks for your reply. Recently my fathers right side of stomach some thickness is found, we told to our doctor he told take 4DSCAN.WE took scan just i am sending impression of that scan please guide me anything wrong in that( EXTENDED RIGHT HEMICOLOSTOMY DONE ON 23-JUNE-2010)
NO FOCAL LESION LIVER
NO DEMONSTRABLE ENLARGED PARA AORTIC NODES
NORMAL SIZED PROSTATE WITH PROSTATIC CALCIFICATION
FOCAL OMENTAL THICKENING IDENTIFIED IN THE RIGHT ILIAC FOSSA WHICH IS SEEN ADHERENT TO THE ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL.
OMENTUM & SMALL BOWEL LOOPS ARE SEEN ADHERENT TO THE ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL IN THE RIGHT ILIAC FOSSA(SCAR ADHESION
DIVERICATION OF RECTI (UMBILICAL & INFRA UMBILICAL UMBILICAL)
NO EVIDENCE OF PLEURAL EFFUSSION.