Help me to understand - Lever Biopsy Report

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Panjab Singh Virk
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Date Joined Mar 2018
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   Posted 3/14/2018 12:38 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi
Can anyone please help me to understand my lever Biopsy Report which is as below

Clinical Diagnosis :
D2
Antrum
? Celiac disease

Gross :
Received 2 labelled vials :
Label - 1 : Received 5 filter paper mounted tissue pieces measuring 0.1 to 0.2 cm.
Label - 2 : Received 2 filter paper mounted tissue pieces measuring 0.2 to 0.3 cm.

Micro :
Duodenal biopsy is in 5 fragments and show intact lining epithelium. Tall villi are seen. There is no increase in
intraepithelial lymphocytes. Lamina propria shows mild lymphoplasmacytic inflammation. There is no evidence orf
giardia, amyloid deposition, dysplasia or malignancy.
Antral biopsy examined is in 2 fragments and shows intact lining epithelium. Lamina propria shows mild lymphoplasmacytic
inflammatory infiltrate. There is no evidence of activity, atrophy, H.pylori, metaplasia, dysplasia or
malignancy.
Features are of chronic superficial gastritis.

Diagnosis :
Antrum (biopsy ) Gastritis, superficial, chronic
Duodenum (biopsy ) Inflammation mild

Immunohistology :
-
Supplementary Report :
-
Remarks :
NIL

AM/GA/Dr. Pulkit Rastogi

Post Edited (Panjab Singh Virk) : 3/14/2018 12:41:34 AM (GMT-6)


cyclinglady
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Date Joined Aug 2015
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   Posted 3/14/2018 6:08 AM (GMT -6)   
You should probably discuss this with your doctor. Did your doctor run celiac antibodies blood tests as well?

Whit knits
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   Posted 5/11/2018 9:56 AM (GMT -6)   
The antrum is a section of your stomach. It shows that something is irritating your stomach, and rules out the H. pylori bacteria as the source of the irritation.

Celiac disease can cause gastritis when gluten or other intolerable compounds are eaten.

The duodenum is the section of small intestine that connects to the stomach. This also shows mild inflammation, and rules out any evidence of a giardia infection, pre-cancerous, or cancerous cells in the specimens the pathologist looked at.
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