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Biopsy - Extra Large Specimen - Complex Cancer Specimen Test, Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad

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  • Biopsy - Extra Large Specimen / Complex Cancer Specimen (e.g., Radical Mastectomy, Extensive Ileo-colectomy, etc.)

When dealing with complex cancer cases, such as breast cancer requiring radical mastectomy, or colon cancer necessitating extensive ileo-colectomy, it is essential to thoroughly examine the excised tissue. This is necessary for proper staging of the cancer, to ascertain the margins of removal and to provide information that is vital for planning further treatment.

An extra large specimen or complex cancer specimen biopsy involves the examination of a significant amount of tissue removed during extensive surgical procedures. Pathologists analyze the tissue to evaluate the nature of the disease and provide critical information to the treating physician.

  • Test Name Biopsy - Extra Large Specimen / Complex Cancer Specimen (e.g., Radical Mastectomy, Extensive Ileo-colectomy, etc.)
  • Sample Type Tissue specimen
  • Preparations Required Patients should inform their doctor of any medications they are taking. They may be advised to stop taking blood-thinning medications and avoid eating or drinking for a specified period before the surgery. Patients should also arrange for someone to drive them home post-procedure.
  • Report Time 10 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

Examining an extra large specimen is vital in cancer treatment as it helps in accurate staging of the cancer, assessing whether the entire tumor has been removed, and determining the involvement of lymph nodes and other structures. This information is critical for planning further treatment and evaluating prognosis.

A radical mastectomy is an extensive surgical procedure where the entire breast, along with underlying muscle and lymph nodes in the axilla, is removed. It is performed for certain cases of breast cancer.

An extensive ileo-colectomy involves the surgical removal of a large portion of the ileum (part of the small intestine) and the colon. It is typically performed for advanced colon cancer or inflammatory bowel disea

The removed tissue is analyzed by a pathologist in a laboratory. The tissue is preserved, sectioned, and stained to observe under a microscope. The pathologist looks for cancer cells, their type, distribution, and relation to othe structures such as blood vessels and nerves.

Information such as the type of cancer, the extent of cancer spread, margins of the excised tissue, involvement of lymph nodes, and vascular invasion can be obtained from the analysis of these specimens.

The information obtained from the analysis helps in determining the stage of cancer, which is vital for outlining an appropriate treatment plan. It informs the doctor whether further surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, or a combination of these is needed.

There are risks associated with extensive surgical procedures, such as infection, bleeding, reactions to anesthesia, and scarring. In the case of radical mastectomy, there may be a loss of sensation and changes in the arm’s mobility.

Healing time varies depending on the extent of the surgery and the patient’s health, but generally, it may take several weeks for the wound to heal completely.

Yes, post-operative care is crucial. This includes wound care, taking prescribed medications, physical therapy if necessary, and attending follow-up appointments.

This depends on the type of surgery. For instance, after an extensive ileo-colectomy, there may be dietary restrictions initially. It is essential to follow the dietary advice provided by the healthcare team.

If you notice any signs of complications such as fever, increased pain, redness, swelling, or discharge from the wound, it is important to contact your doctor immediately.

After a radical mastectomy, the breast is removed along with some underlying structures. There may be a significant change in the contour of the chest, and the arm on the side of the mastectomy may have reduced mobility initially.

If you have concerns or notice any complications after the procedure, it is important to consult the surgeon who performed the procedure or your oncologist.

Biopsy - Extra large Specimen / Complex Cancer specimen (Eg Radical Mastectomy, Extensive ileo-colectomy, etc)
₹ 3750
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