Have been reading posts and have seen many with ans. from you. Perhaps you can ans a few questions for me.
Last Bio. was 12-01. at that time results were stated:
Postoperative Diagnoses: 1 Chronic Cholecystitis with cholelithiasis and pancreatitis.. 2. Cirrhosis
The trichrome stain of the patient's material shows broad bands of mature collagen dominatiing anastomotic portal areas with bile duct tortuosity.
Diagnosis: Liver, Wedge Biopsy: cirrhosis Compatible with post-necrotic cirrhosis
The grade of the inflammatory change is grade II, and the stage of the fibrosis is stage IV.
Need help with understand the medical jargan.:-) Know approx. where I stand. At the pres. time and going into the duragesic patch for pain relief. But, now I want to know even deeper, what this dignosis spells out.
Thanks for input, it will be most appreciated.
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