does presence of atypical glandular cells in sheath and cluster mean ovarrian cancer?????
My mom(In India) aged 50 who is also a doctor had recently noticed a lump in her labia majora and she went for a checkup wher some slides of the lump were made and the reports said "Atypical glandular cells in sheath and in clusters " after which she was told to go for a biopsy. I wishj to know what may be the case with this lab results and what further investigations can be done ? Do the results confirm that she is having an ovarian cancer and what tests can be done to rule out the possibility? please let me know at the earliest........
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