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morrie Level 52
Answered 2 years ago
That would be the pathologist's report.
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PricklyGent Level 11 / Journeyman; philosopher....
Answered 2 years ago
It seems otiose, but only the surgeon who did the exision can have made those measurements in vivo.
Richard Level 79 / Retired Dentist
Answered 2 years ago
The physician who discovered the lesion will usually have that information, but sometimes it is not too good. If a physician does not do a good job with this on me, I will change physicians.
The surgeon's report will have that information.
The pathologist will have a report that usually includes that information. It is often only a copy of the surgeon's report.
Usually all the reports are shared. So they all should have a copy.

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Rookiegirl Level 12 / Mom & Student
Answered 2 years ago
The exact answer is pathologist's report. However, the information in that report is added into the surgical summary and the surgeon would be the MD that would most likely deliver the information.

In the case of a surgical excision of a lesion, I'm thinking there is more information that is pertinent to this situation than just the size of the tissue removed. That in and of itself is not the whole story.

Do remember that the medical records are yours. You may request a copy of any report. You will be asked to sign for whatever you receive.
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