My mother is 63 years old. In the first two weeks, she went to the hospital because of postmenopausal urine blood. Color Doppler ultrasound showed that there were 22 in the cervix? 15mm low echo area, HPV16 positive, TCT high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions, colposcopy and biopsy were done again. Colposcopy shows suspected cervical invasive cancer. Now I'm waiting for the biopsy report. I want to ask the doctor. Is this basically determined to be cervical cancer? Is the treatment difficult
According to your description. There is HPV16 positive TCT, which is a high-level lesion. Considering invasive cancer by colposcopy, the probability of canceration reported by biopsy is still relatively large, and the treatment is not very difficult. Surgical treatment should be considered according to the specific examination results
HPV16 is a high-risk human papillomavirus, which may cause cervical cancer or precancerous lesions. TCT high-grade intraepithelial neoplasia cannot be determined.
Now it's hard to judge benign and malignant. Pathological diagnosis is the means of diagnosis. It can be determined when the pathological results come out. At present, there is no very thorough treatment for cancer, and the effect of radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer is also OK.