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Do these results means I have cancer?
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Hello @Rayzhang, thank you for opening this discussion. Have you been able to ask your medical team about your test results, they would be the best positioned to explain your results.
Has anyone else had blood test done to identify if you have lung cancer? What did the results show?
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Doctor didn’t find anything serious on ct scan then I did the bronchoscope a couple days ago, and there is BRONCHIAL CELL CT result.
SEGMENTED NEUTROPHILS, BRONC 10 %
LYMP, BRONC 8 %
MONO, BRONC 5 %
EOS, BRONC 5 %
MACROPHAGES, BRONC 72 %
CILIATED EPIS RARE A
SQUAMOUS EPITHIEALS MODERATE A
DIFFERENTIAL BASED ON, BRONC 100
The ciliated epis and squamous epithieals are out of range. Does that mean I have cancer? I’m really worried and thanks for your help.