Q: GG asks: “What's the difference between Adenomucinosis and Adenocarcinoma?

A: Dr. Brigitte Ronnett: "Adenomucinosis is pathologically and prognostic ally very different from adenocarcinoma.  Adenomucinosis has very low-grade pathologic features and a better prognosis, although some patients can have more trouble with it than others.

Many patients get diagnosed with "adenocarcinoma" but we would classify these cases as adenomucinosis because they have a much better prognosis (and different pathology) than what we call adenocarcinoma.  I hope more pathologists will adopt this classification system so that we can remove some of the mystery surrounding the behavior of PMP."

 


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10/05/2014 04:27

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12/25/2014 10:05

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02/10/2015 15:31

It is very good when people don;t have any problems with their health. So I think you agree if I say it will be better if people don't know anything about the difference between these two systems!

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