I am very new to this site but I am in a need of a support and maybe some explanation. My mom went for a Cystoscopy last week and the found a polyp in there, they did a biopsy and it is cancer, the pathology report came in with a results of "Well differentiated mucinous adenocarcinoma". I really do not understand what it means so if anyone can explain it to me I would really appreciate it. The doctor said that it might be a metastasis from a colon cancer, she send my mom to see a gastroenterologist and urologist. My mom had a ct scan today and having a colonoscopy next week. No results of ct scan yet. I am just sooooo confused and scared. I did not ask the doctor when she called with the biopsy results what they mean from the get co because I was in shock but when I called her back, her assistant said to talk to the gastroenterologist. If anyone knows what "Well differentiated mucinous adenocarcinoma" means and can explain it to me in a simple language I would really appreciate it.
Thank you in advance.