My mother is 54 years old. She had pulmonary nodules before. Some time ago, the doctor said she was suspected of lung cancer. Later, after the operation, she did pathology, which was invasive lung cancer and lymph node dissection. The second operation was performed on the second day of bleeding. Today's major pathology report came out. I can't understand the report form. I hope the doctor will tell me the meaning of the report form. And what my mother needs to pay attention to in the future.
Hello, combined with your description of the patient's condition and the postoperative pathological results of the above-mentioned lung cancer sent by you, the patient's postoperative pathology indicates that there is no lymph node metastasis and no invasion of local nerves or vessels.
The tumor size and preoperative imaging of tuberculosis patients have no distant metastasis. Considering that the patient is in the early stage of lung cancer, the postoperative pathological stage is pt1bn0m0, which belongs to stage IA2. There is no need for any anti-tumor treatment after operation. Regular review and observation can be carried out. The cure rate can reach more than 90% five years after operation. Pay attention to regular review and observation after operation to form good living habits.