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    Transverse colon mass 4 cm

    Recently had colonoscopy revealing a 4 cm proximal transverse colon mass suspicious for malignancy, 1 polyp, and anal fissure. Awaiting results of biopsy done on mass. CT scan also done indicating an indeterminant 6 mm lung nodule above diaphragm area. Does this look like a good outcome ? Please help with any thoughts to my message . I look forward to reading ..
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    Hello, I would wait until you get the results back to see if you do have cancer.. Sometimes people will have nodules on their lungs that are not cancerous. Don’t really know what to get your diagnosis. I’m sorry I can’t give you anything more than that but I don’t want to guesstimate anything. I am praying that the results come back negative for you if not let us know and more people here will probably be able to give you some more information.

 

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