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What Do Bumps On The Neck Indicate As Per The Attached Reports?

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Posted on Mon, 6 Nov 2017
Question: Had a biopsy of a bump on my neck that has been there for over 6 months pathology: polymorphous lymphocyte population with no evidence of granulomatous inflammation or metastatic malignancy.

What does this mean?
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Answered by Dr. Deepak Sundriyal (33 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Hello. Report is normal

Detailed Answer:
Hello dear. There is no need to worry. The report is normal.Biopsy report suggest a normal tissue and rules out any infection or cancer. Further tests are not required.
Thanks and regards
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What Do Bumps On The Neck Indicate As Per The Attached Reports?

Brief Answer: Hello. Report is normal Detailed Answer: Hello dear. There is no need to worry. The report is normal.Biopsy report suggest a normal tissue and rules out any infection or cancer. Further tests are not required. Thanks and regards