JUST GOT PATHOLOGY RESULTS, BREAST BIOPSY; CD20: REACTIVE IN B
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I have gone carefully through the portion of immunohistopathology report that you have mentioned, but the details are inadequate. First of all, a histopathology or biopsy has been done. This report is important and it is only after correlating with this that one can comment upon. The histopathologic finding and diagnosis is important because that would act as the starting point. The next thing is that the full immunohistopathology report is needed. It needs to be known that from where exactly the immunohistopathology was taken and why. The mentioned markers CD20, keratin etc. will all be present in a normal breast biopsy. Their proportion and location matters. All I can say that it is not normal to find lymphocytes to be found in the breast pathology and therefore an infective pathology seems likely. But I would be able to comment definitively only after you upload the full reports.
I hope you understand. I would await your response.
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