need help understanding post operative pathology report after granulosa cell tumor 23.5 cm on the right ovary and complete hysterectomy. Who can help me disect the pathology report so i can understand microscopic examination portion? Invasion, present, lymphatic/vascular invasion absent but detached tumor fragments are present in dilated vessels considered to be a floater, inhibin stain on block 1l is focally positive, pt1, pNO, pMO, macrocystic trabecular pattern ,focal callExner bodies present, mitotic activity, thickened endometrium shows disordered proliferative pattern, PLEASE who can explain this to me? I was accepted as a non insurance outpatient. My Doctor has completed her residency and not available! Thank you so much!
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