Anis Bandyopadhyay

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Acrospiroma denotes a group of benign ductal tumours of the eccrine sweat glands that may or may not be connected to the skin. Although various eccrine sweat gland tumours including benign acrospiroma are widely reviewed, malignant acrospiroma is rarely reported. Malignant acrospiroma have the propensity to recur locally and metastasizes to regional lymph(More)
OBJECTIVES A survey was conducted among freshly passed undergraduate doctors of a medical college in Eastern India with the aim to investigate their exposure to oncology patients, their knowledge about various aspects of oncology patient management and their confidence in managing patients with cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred and twelve newly(More)
CONTEXT Metastatic bone disease is a commonly encountered problem in oncology practice. The most useful and cost effective treatment is radiotherapy (RT). Different fractionation schedule of RT can be used to treat such condition. AIMS Assessment of pain response in patients with vertebral bone metastasis after treating them with various radiation(More)
Primary adenocarcinoma of duodenum is a very rare tumour with a prevalence of only 0.3 to 1% of among all the tumours of gastrointestinal tracts. Localised tumours, if resected have good prognosis but those with metastates entails a poor prognosis, where generally palliation may be the only feasible option. Low dose continous cytotoxic treatment or(More)
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