I haven’t posted recently but I could do with some support and guidance please. Our minds are in complete turmoil.
My husband has had two polyps removed during separate colonoscopies in the last couple of weeks. The second one was a troublesome bugger and it’s been removed but the discharge notes say this (see below). The Doctor wasn’t a great communicator but did mention a full body scan and potentially chemo and didn’t think this was linked with his prostate cancer diagnosis.
We are due to travel to Oz in a month as a last big blow out holiday. We aren’t going are we? Could someone with medical knowledge please help.
This sigmoid colon polypectomy specimen shows expansion of the lamina propria by a dense
lymphoid infiltrate with a predominance of B lymphocytes including a population of lambda
light chain restricted plasmacytoid cells. Overall, the appearances are most in keeping
with a diagnosis of lambda light chain restricted marginal zone lymphoma /
lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma. There is no evidence of high-grade transformation in these Biopsies.