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... When you had your 1st colonoscopy four yrs ago, the doctor found one or more sacs. Deem it to be mild and that your body would deal with it, without medicine. ... (1 replies)
... I broke down and had a colonoscopy a few weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... Amb: Thanks for the report. I'm sorry it didn't work as we would have hoped.:rolleyes: I really am sorry. I don't know if you want my further advice, but if you do... read on. It is VERY difficult to handle ANY news about cancer. Here they have been telling her she's a stage 3, giving her more hope than a 4. Not that there is not hope for her at stage 4. There are many... (8 replies)

... Amb: I am VERY SORRY. I hope my interpreting helps you, but I really am sorry it's NOT good news. I wish you and your Mom my prayers and good thoughts. Warm Regards, CancerDad :angel: (8 replies)
... From that report it appears to be stage 4, not stage 3 since cancer is present in areas other than the regional lymph nodes. The report states that it is invading the left iliac vessel. That is a major blood vessel and cannot be removed. ... (8 replies)
... Here is the report from her colonoscopy and I was hoping someone might be abe to make sense of it all and consequences. ... (8 replies)
Colonoscopy Report
Oct 31, 2003
... The three words were "focal hyperplastic change". This was used to describe the three small polyps removed during my first colonoscopy. The doctor recommended a follow up exam in 5 years. I thought I could get away with 10. This to me is one step up the ladder from not finding anything at all. Do all agree? ------------------ (3 replies)
... First of all, let me say that no two people are alike and that your results may differ from mine. With that said, I would like to detail my recent colonoscopy in hopes that it may enlighten those who have yet to have one and those who may have had one a while back and things are always changing. ... (2 replies)
... Hi - I had a screening colonoscopy today and the report said "areas of inflammation in the sigmoid colon and rectum" so they did biopsies - due to health anxiety I've dealt with for years, my mind always runs to cancer - anybody have an idea of what these finding could mean - waiting for biopsy results - I had a "bug" at the end of last week with horrible diharrea (sp?) - my... (1 replies)
... I had my first colonoscopy last Friday, I am 49 years old and they called me in yesterday to meet with my Dr so he could go over the results.. ... (0 replies)
... Regarding the size and location of polyps removed, I saw this in my report -In the ascending colon, a 3 mm diminutive, sessile polyp was seen and removed completely with regular cold biopsy forceps. -In the ascending colon, a 5 mm, flat polyp was seen and removed completely with cold snare. -In the descending colon, a 6 mm, sessile polyp was seen and removed completely... (11 replies)
... I had my first colonoscopy ever. This was a preventive procedure that my PCP has been bugging me for a few years. ... (11 replies)
... I had a colonoscopy and endoscope of my stomach two years ago. ... (0 replies)
Colonoscopy
Jan 6, 2013
... Pathology report came back as t1 cancer aggresive. ... (1 replies)
... I think maybe you can just do colonoscopy directly. Your doctor may still want to see the scopy report even you did FOBT. Thanks! ... (1 replies)
... I did colonoscopy on June 2007, the result was normal . But the doctor said he found two very small polyps and already removed them. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you, Leslie, that makes perfect sense! I wish some of the medical information I have seen explained it so well ;) So if mine was semi-sessile, I guess that's a cross between the two? While mine was in fact semi-sessile, it was also tubular, so i am not as worried about the fact that the sessiles are usually more likely to become cancerous since the tubular ones seem... (8 replies)
... Your report was definitely a good one. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks, Leslie, for your response! I am hoping that there wasn't another one in there that the doctor couldn't see (which is one of my fears). I am going to ask about having another colonoscopy at the 1-year mark which would be the time they could see if anything was missed or if there is anything new. I'm guessing if something was missed, it woudl have been because it... (8 replies)
... A 5mm tubular adenoma is very tiny and yours showed no evidence of any dysplasia which would be a precancerous condition. A polyp itself is not considered precancerous. Most polyps are benign and stay that way. Because we don't know which ones might develop cellular changes leading to cancer, polyps are removed when found. Was your polyp sessile (flat) or on a stalk? Since... (8 replies)




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