Tricholemmal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Greetings2 again 2 U 2 Day…now thats a mouthful, er Headfull i should say!

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Tricholemmal Squamous Cell Carcinoma with possible Cranial Infiltration…we shall see….

Matrix Medical Communications; tells mikey!
Jest what i do an don’t wanna hear today…each a living separate living dichitomy.
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The pathological diagnosis was recurrent tricholemmal carcinoma;;;;;;;;yes both da head an da neck are affected here .. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Perineural invasion in aggressive skin carcinomas of the head and neck. Potentially dangerous but frequently overlooked…. jest what i didn’t wannna hear today! …an thingz were going so much betta… oh well…. so fer me instead of radical manuevers of sugery etc etc at the very present unless absolutely reccomended is for me to werk on this bio-energitically… with frequencies…. i always had thought it was jest the little critters er whatnot that eat at the hair follicles and make on bald that was giving me the problems, but apparenmtly it is much more DEEP ROOTED than that! ๐Ÿ˜ฆ so hope fully Bio Resonance and re introducing my skin to the correct frequencies etc etc,,,will help me with this out of the sugery room…. as i re-programed my rife machine <{LINK} with the correct frequencies for this i have noticed the similarities and closeness of the frequencies to the frequencies of my adpkd – Polycystic Kidney Disease,<{link} and also the melanoma frequencies are very much the same also…not exact but very close on the spectrum of the over 1000+ frequencies in the human body. So, dynamically an harmonically i werk on this i can with the correct frequency i do so hope to keep me outa and out under of the knife of the surgeon who generally wants to cut me up.
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So, Skin cancer of the head and neck with perineural invasion.
Abstract
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Perineural invasion occurs in 2% to 6% of cutaneous basal and squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck and is associated with midface location, recurrent tumors, high histologic grade, and increasing tumor size. Patients may be asymptomatic with perineural invasion appreciated on pathologic examination of the surgical specimen (incidental) or may present with cranial nerve deficits (clinical). The cranial nerves most commonly involved are the 5th and 7th nerves. Magnetic resonance imaging is obtained to detect and define the extent of perineural invasion; computed tomography is used to detect regional lymph node metastases. Patients with apparently resectable cancers undergo surgery usually followed by postoperative radiotherapy. Patients with incompletely resectable cancers are treated with definitive radiotherapy. The 5-year local control, cause-specific survival, and overall survival rates are approximately 87%, 65%, and 50%, respectively, for patients with incidental perineural invasion compared with 55%, 59%, and 55%, respectively, for those with clinical perineural invasion.
Wow , Huh well, so much fun lifeis in the werld of Q with his PKD {Polycystic Kidney Disease} and now this also,,, as if it wasn’t enuff to be chronically fatiqued all the time fighting the PKD i also got a case of a head that feels like it has ants or bees stinging on self a lot on the surface an jest below the skin and scalp.. frum ear to neck to top of head, so we shalll see what the prognosis is and future outlook and adendum to my life is an how it becometh i shall keep ya posted

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…. whoo yeehaaaaaa…..

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