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Have a spindle cell neoplasm in upper arm surrounding nerve on hand. Can this removed without damaging nerve??

I have a spendel cell neoplasm in my upper arm surrounding the nerve going to my hand,can this be removed without damaging the nerve ?Do I need a nerve dr.handy while they are removing the tumor,or is this something common and can be done with out much trouble.I had a biopsy done and the surgeon said it was not cancer ,but he sent me to another doctor and he said that was a waste of time because it needed to be studied in 8 different places to be sure,but the main thing is the first question.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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Hi, there are two types of tumers, the benign grouths, and malignant grouths. it could be benign, may be converted to malignancy, to confirm it has transformed into malignancy is cumbursome.
There is possibility is its conversion into malignancy they have decided, to remove it and it will be easy to remove with out damaging the nerve.The necesity of the neurosurgeon to assist the doctors will decide.
Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 27 Oct 2013
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