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Non-keratinising nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Unnoticed glands of mucus membranes. Explain

Today I received report Diag: Non-keratinising nasopharyngeal carcinoma G2 (stage 2), The conclusion: The material received is part tissue membrane out with a nodular changes on one side. Microscopically observed surface partly epitel plakor and partly epitel pseudostratifikuar, in a part of become so ulcerated tissue beneath Tumoural built by groups of islands, ribbons and some trabekula atypical polygonal epithelial cells or some axle, set in stromen fibrotic infiltrates numerous limfoplazmocitare. Unnoticed and glands of the mucous membranes packages coated with regular epitel. What to do next and where to go?
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR QUESTION,HISTOPATHOLOGY REPORT SHOWS Non-keratinising nasopharyngeal carcinoma G2 (stage 2),VISIT TO ENT SURGEON FOR REFRANCE & THAN ON CANCER SPECIALIST ACCORDING TO CONDITION & CONSULTANT & DONT FEAR IT WILL CURE
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