I am waiting a few weeks to meet a oncologist but am having a lot of anxiety about my pathology results in the meantime. They are as follows:
FINAL PATHOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS:
Cervical cone: Endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ-severe
squamous dysplasia (CIN 3) with focal microinvasive
carcinoma, see comment, lines of excision free of
The focal area of microinvasion involves endocervical
neoplasm but a squamous compnent can't be excluded.
Does that mean I have adenocarcinoma, squamous cell, adenosquamous? Is the prognosis different for these cell types?
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