i m 57 years and there is a lesion in my neck. dr precribes me fnac test but the test report could not clearify the problem. the report is telling that there is a probability of glang tb and no malignancy.
the report is not very clear so please tell me what i shuld do?
one thing more up to what extent these test are able to diagnose
A 65 yr old person taking Tuberclosis treatment since 1& half month after X-ray showing Tuberc. on lungs, In the meantime patient has got the pain over upper backside. We consulted Chest & TV Specialist, he has advised & done the FNAC test, result of which is expeted to be positive as confirmed from FNAC test agency. Still we could not consulted the doctor. After taking CT Scan Doctor was in opinion to be malignancy
Pl advise what is mmalignancy, Is mmalignancy mean tuberclosis or els--.... Pl tell what we should do? REPLY SOON PLEASE
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