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The microscopy of the supraclavicular lymph
node shows a granulomatous inflammation with no necrosis
or cancer cells.
It means aggregation of inflammatory reactive cells (epitheloid and lymphocytes) which are usually
indicative of chronic infection. Cause will depend on your symptoms.
It does not show cancer or central decay (like in TB).
Please seek treating doctor’s advice to determine significance of these findings.
It is not serious.
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