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What type of diet and treatment is required post surgery for cervical cancer ?

Neoplastic profileration of transitional cells were seen.These cells have papillary features. Organization of cell are predominantly disordered and there is loss of polarity and dyscohesive of transitional cell .Nuclear size is enlarged with variation in size and shape.There is marked pleomorphism . Mitosis is frequent.There is lamina propria invasion.There is muscular tissue and vascular invasion. MICROSCOPIC :Specimen consists of several pieces totally measuring 10*3*3 cm with gray and white color with area of necrosis fairly soft consistency age:90, male, fully active, operation:3 days ago Questions: 1)Dieting 2)Kind of treatment (post surgery) 3)Life expectancy 4)Appropriate style of life Your prompt answer will be higly appreciated Best regards Mehdi Farazpay
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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You havent mentioned the location of the CA. Diet, prognosis and life style modificaitons will depend on where the patient has been operated.
An oncologist can answer all the above. You can contact one from the expert panel.
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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