Srinivas Ramaiah

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of intraoperative frozen sections diagnosis of liver lesions thought to be malignant tumours. METHODS 285 frozen sections of liver from 173 patients were reviewed. The examinations were done between 1998 and 2004. RESULTS Final histological diagnosis was divided into positive (32%) and negative (68%) for(More)
Introduction: Cord pH< 7.0 and base deficit (BD) of ≥-12 are associated with risk of neonatal encephalopathy. There is limited information about the relationship between degree of acidosis, condition at birth and short term outcome when pH < 7.0.Methods: Cord blood gas data were downloaded from the gas analysers in the delivery suite of the Simpson Centre(More)
AIM To determine the degree of patients' interest in surgical pathology specimens. To assess the impact of patients' involvement in surgical pathology on their understanding of (and confidence in) the storage and use of pathology specimens. METHODS Forty seven patients were invited to visit the pathology department and view their specimens(More)
BACKGROUND The clinical and prognostic significance of "inadequate" cervical smear is unknown, even though women with repeated inadequate smears are referred for colposcopy in the National Health Service (NHS) Cervical Screening Programme. AIM To follow up a cohort of women with inadequate cervical smears over the following five years to examine outcomes,(More)
The perivascular epithelioid cell family of tumors (PEComas) includes angiomyolipoma, lymphangioleiomyomatosis, clear-cell "sugar" tumor of the lung and a variety of extrapulmonary epithelioid and spindle-cell tumors referred to by various names. PEComas are now widely recognized histologically, and have been reported to occur at most anatomical sites,(More)
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