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Overview of tuberculosis of the female genital tract.
  • N. Chowdhury
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Indian Medical Association
  • 1996
Female genital tuberculosis is not uncommon in countries where pulmonary tuberculosis is widespread. Improved diagnostic techniques (e.g., endometrial curettage and biopsy, histologic examinationExpand
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Interobserver variation in breast cancer grading: a statistical modeling approach.
OBJECTIVE To study random and the systematic error in breast cancer grading, to find the source of disagreements and measure the reliability of graders so that appropriate corrective action can beExpand
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Impact of an increase in grading categories and double reporting on the reliability of breast cancer grade
The present study illustrates the effect of using the consolidated total score (obtained on a 7‐point scale by adding the tubular, nuclear and mitotic scores) as well as double reporting on theExpand
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Histopathological and Genomic Grading Provide Complementary Prognostic Information in Breast Cancer: A Study on Publicly Available Datasets
The genomic grade (GG) for breast cancer is thought to be the genomic counterpart of histopathological grade (HG). The motivation behind this study was to see whether HG retains its prognostic impactExpand
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Fibrous Tumor of the Breast: Case Report of an Underrecognized Entity
Fibrous tumor of the breast is an underappreciated, distinctive, benign, nonrecurrent lesion of the breast. The cytological features of this condition are not well characterized. We present a caseExpand
Cytomorphological features of combined myxoid and round cell liposarcoma--a case report.
Fine needle aspiration cytology plays an important role in the preoperative assessment of soft tissue neoplasms. In a 40-year-old man presenting with a large soft tissue mass in the posterior aspectExpand
Maternal and child health care in India--an unmet challenge.
Problems of AIDS in India especially in women
According to the World Health Organisation survey, 3 million women are already infected with HIV all over the World, but in India the problem of AIDS as a whole is not that acute especially in women.Expand