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Residual malignancy after lumpectomy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   how to find the extent of intraductal component in the breast after lumpectomy.
Doctor :   could u specify what u want to know
User :   residual cancer in the breast,after thr lumpectomy
Doctor :   is there any lump ?
User :   no,it has been removed
Doctor :   only biopsy can confirm
Doctor :   Second Malignancies After Treatment of Early-Stage Breast Cancer
Doctor :   isit
Doctor :   u need to examine the lymph node to know the extent of spread
Doctor :   and do biopsy to confirm the same
User :   no, it just after the treatment of early breast cancer i.e lumpectomyi.e how can we make sure that no cancers cell is left.
User :   It has been diagnosed DCIS.
Doctor :   ductal carcinoma in situ isit
Doctor :   do u have the report
Doctor :   could u type in the report
Doctor :   MRI can confirm
Doctor :   the residual malignancy
Doctor :   confirm ur details
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