I was plagued by a Gall Stone for a good deal of a time.
Last week, I got it surgically removed and today I got a HISTOPATHOLOGY REPORT which is all Greek to me. Please
explain me the meaning of my report :
Gall Bladder mucosa is partly ulcerated.
Wall shows Rokitansky Aschoff sinuses with moderate transmural lymphoplasmacytic infiltration.
Though my Gallstone is removed now, I am still concerned
about what this report has in store for me. I hope the
stone has not caused any damage since the report has words
like ulcerated and infiltration. I have heard that stones
can cause Cancer also.
Please decipher this report for me and clarify my doubts
whenever you can spare time out.
Thanks for your help, Doc.