Kaustubh Mulay

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IgG4 related systemic disease (IgG4-RSD) has been recognised in the last few years. Orbital pseudotumor as a presentation of IgG4-RSD is one of the rare complaints encountered in pediatric population. It is an inflammatory condition of unknown etiology characterized by tumorous swelling of the organs, characteristic histopathologic changes and elevated(More)
Solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) is a rare soft-tissue neoplasm which may occur at any site although it is more frequent in the pleura, mediastinum and lung. Orbital involvement by SFT is uncommon. Giant cells are extremely rare to be seen in a SFT and have been described to be immunoreactive for CD34. We present a case of orbital SFT with multinucleate giant(More)
Ocular adnexal lymphoma (OAL) is a relatively common lesion in the practice of ophthalmic oncology. Although OALs are usually primary tumors, secondary involvement of the ocular adnexae by systemic lymphoma is also possible. The clinical and radiological features of OAL are non-specific. Thorough morphological evaluation, aided by immunostaining,(More)
AIMS To study the clinical and diagnostic profile of punctal dysgenesis with membranes, to classify and correlate the membranes clinicopathologically and study the outcomes of membranotomy. METHODS A prospective interventional study involving 55 dysgenetic puncta of 22 consecutive patients seen between July 2008 ansd December 2011. Data collected include(More)
PURPOSE To describe the clinical features, histopathology, treatment, and outcomes of ciliary body medulloepithelioma. DESIGN Retrospective study. PARTICIPANTS Forty-one patients with medulloepithelioma. INTERVENTION Cryotherapy, plaque radiotherapy, external beam radiotherapy, tumor removal by partial lamellar sclerouvectomy (PLSU), or enucleation.(More)
Immunoglobulin-G4-related disease (IgG4-RD) is a distinct group of diseases characterized by elevated serum IgG4 titres and infiltration of affected organs by IgG4-positive plasma cells. IgG4-RD can involve any ocular adnexal tissue. They have a distinct prognosis and pattern of tissue involvement and hence need to be differentiated from orbital lesions(More)
Orbital granulocytic sarcoma (chloroma), a rare tumor of immature myeloid cells, has nonspecific clinical and radiological features that make it a diagnostic challenge. Light microscopy and confirmation by immunostaining aid in the diagnosis. Knowledge of this entity is important because early diagnosis and prompt treatment are associated with better(More)
Sebaceous gland carcinoma (SGC) is a rare tumour occurring at periocular and extra-ocular sites. SGC can be a challenging diagnosis for both clinicians and pathologists. High recurrence rates and a tendency for intra-epithelial spread, locoregional and distant metastases make it important for SGC to be suspected and be included in the differential diagnosis(More)
OBJECTIVE To study cervical smear abnormalities in urban women in India and women in Mauritius and to compare the results in the two groups. STUDY DESIGN An analysis of 6010 cervical smears taken as part of routine check-ups in an urban hospital was done and an analysis of 10,000 cervical smears taken from women participating in a National Cancer(More)