(foot mass) cutaneous schwannoma. Immunohistochemical staining: tumor cells showed S-100 (), vimentin (), CK (-), CD34 (-), desmin (-), Sox10 (), and the number of Ki-67 positive cells was 1%. Can the doctor explain to me what this is? It has been excised for biopsy
Hello, combined with your description and the above postoperative pathological examination results you sent, let's first make a condition analysis for you: you said that the foot tumor was diagnosed as skin schwannoma through pathological and immunohistochemical results. The suggestions are as follows.
1. Combined with your postoperative pathology and immune combination results, cutaneous schwannoma is a benign disease. Generally speaking, surgical resection is the main treatment. 2. If the operation is clean and complete, there is no need for other treatment after the operation. It is mainly to observe the local situation after the operation. There is a very low probability of recurrence. Pay attention to observation. 3. At the same time, pay attention to the treatment of local flat wart, which may be related to the occurrence of schwannoma.
Hello! According to your description and photo data, the consideration on your face and hands is flat wart. Flat wart is a viral skin disease, which is common in teenagers. The treatment of flat wart mainly achieves the purpose of cure by destroying the wart body, mainly including systemic treatment and local treatment. Traditional Chinese medicine is recommended for systemic treatment and retinoic acid is recommended for local treatment. If the flower treated by laser needs to master the treatment depth to avoid scar formation. Skin schwannoma is considered on the foot. Skin schwannoma refers to the nerve tissue tumor caused by abnormal cell proliferation of skin nerves. Painful nodules should be treated according to specific types. Generally, the effect of drug treatment is not good, and surgical resection can cure it. Hope to help you!
According to the pathological results, the lesions in this part and ten fingers are flat warts, so the foot tumor is a cutaneous schwannoma, which belongs to a benign lesion. The immunohistochemical results are mainly for differential diagnosis. Ki67 index is about 1%, indicating that the activity of cells is relatively low.