Dec 31, 2011 - 12:37 am
I was diagnosed in September 2010 with uterine cancer. Full hysterectomy in October 2010. I have had some bleeding and the gyno/onco can't seem to figure out why. He sent me for an ultrasound which came back completely normal.
One thing piqued my interest -- the ultrasound report says the following:
Collateral EPR History: Endometrial endometrioid adenocarcinoma with squamous differentiation - low grade. FIGO 2/3..
What does that mean? I was never told a "stage" - I was told it was grade 2 and "minimal invasion in the muscle" - which I self-interpreted to stage 1B.
This FIGO makes me think stage 2? Does anyone understand the above statement?