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Dear doctor I was having a pain in the abdomen. So did some tests (like endoscopy, colonoscopy, ecg, echo, usg, mri, biopsy). Waiting for the biopsy results. On the initial tests done it has been found that there is a mass lesion (~6-7 cm) and pathology results has indicated some medical terms like malignancy and spindle cell sarcoma. But the doctor wants to confirm everything on the biopsy results. Please suggest me what are these terms like malignancy and spindle cell sarcoma. Am I in some danger? What precautions should I take? Please guide me. Thanks.

3 Doctors Answered
Yes. Dear it's cancer.
It's seem cancer.
Malignancy means cancer and it need to be confirmed by biopsy and you must do it .Spindle cell sarcoma is a type of connective tissue cancer in which the cells are spindle-shaped when examined under a microscope. ... These locations can either be nearby tissues or system-wide locations that include the lungs, kidneys, and liver
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