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Title: Pattern of Lymphadenopathy on Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Jammu
Authors: Khajuria, Ruchi
Goswami, K C
Singh, K
Dubey, V K
Keywords: FNAC
Lymphadenopathy
Tuberculosis
Lymphoma
Issue Date: Jul-2006
Citation: Khajuria Ruchi, Goswami K C, Singh K, Dubey V K. Pattern of Lymphadenopathy on Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Jammu. JK Science Journal of Medical Education and Research. 2006 July-Sept;8(3): 157-159
Abstract: The present randomized study was undertaken to study cytological features of non-neoplastic and neoplastic lesions of enlarged lymph nodes by FNAC in 656 patients presenting with lymphadenopathy in the Postgraduate Department of Pathology of Government Medical College, Jammu over a period of three year. Tuberculous lymphadenitis, reactive hyperplasia, metastatic carcinoma, pyogenic lymphadenitis and lymphomas were seen in 52.3%, 37.2%, 3.8%, 1% and 2% respectively. However, a solitary case of Langerhans histiocytosis in a three year old child was reported over three years. Reactive hyperplasia was seen most often (74.5%) in first two decades of life, 58.9% tuberculous lymphadenitis in the second and third decades and 88% of metastatic carcinoma over 40 years of age. Cases of lymphoma were distributed in all age groups. Males showed preponderance of reactive hyperplasia, lymphoma and metastatic carcinoma, while tuberculous lymphadenitis showed a slight female preponderance. Cervical lymph nodes were involved most often in all types of lymphadenopathy.
URI: http://imsear.hellis.org/handle/123456789/171325
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