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I was treated for colon cancer surgery and six months of

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I was treated for colon cancer surgery and six months of chemo.before treatment a mri indicated a hypodense lesion measuring 2 cm the onacoligest told me not to worry about it that the chemo should take care of it .after completion of the chemo the lesion was still present.the onolcoligest said that he did not think it was malignant because it it was it would have got smaller in size or gone he called it a blood blister and said he would not recommend a biopsy at this time we should watch it at this time.i did another mri and it still showed up .now the onocoligest is asking me to do a biopsy .what do you recommend and what percentage do you think it might be malignant.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Oncology
Expert:  Dr. David replied 2 years ago.

This is Dr. David

it sounds like the oncologist was wrong about this 2cm lesion several times.

it didn't go away with chemo

he didn't recommend biopsy before

and now he is recommending biopsy.

do you have your MRI can report. I would be happy to look at it for you.

I would need to read your report to give you can idea of what I think that 2cm lesion is.