Vijay Dhundiraj Dombale

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We report a case of cutaneous angiomyolipoma (AML) found on the anterior abdominal wall of a 3-year-old female child. Histologic examination showed a well-circumscribed nodule in the dermis composed of an intimate mixture of convoluted thick-walled blood vessels, smooth muscle, and mature fat. This lesion differs from renal AML in terms of a lack of(More)
OBJECTIVE We investigated the role of on-site toluidine blue staining and screening in fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) reporting for patients with thyroid nodules, palpable breast lumps and palpable lymph nodes. STUDY DESIGN A total of 200 consecutive patients with a palpable lymph node or a lump in the breast or thyroid referred to the outpatient(More)
Pure ovarian choriocarcinoma is extremely rare and can develop as a germ cell tumor or as a metastasis from uterine or tubal gestational choriocarcinoma or rarely from an ovarian pregnancy. The cytomorphologic findings have been reported previously in different sites. However, this is the first case of pure ovarian choriocarcinoma diagnosed on cytology to(More)
AIMS To evaluate the role of sputum cytology in the diagnostic work-up of patients with suspected lung cancer SETTINGS AND DESIGN Spontaneously produced fresh sputum was analyzed in clinically suspected cases of lung cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS Spontaneously produced fresh sputum was analyzed in 36 clinically suspected cases of lung cancer. It was(More)
Paragangliomas or chemodectomas are neoplasms that arise from neural crest cells and histologically resemble their adrenal counterpart, the pheochromocytoma. Seventy-one percent of the extra-adrenal paragangliomas are located in the superior or inferior para-aortic area. This tumor usually presents as an abdominal mass producing back pain. Tumor(More)
Background: Enteric duplication cyst is a rare congenital anomaly. It can occur anywhere along the alimentary tract from the tongue to the anus, more common in ileum but rare in the caecum. They may be tubular or cystic and most of them are located in the mesentery. Case History: A rare case of duplication cyst of the caecum in seven months old female child(More)
Absence of antimuellerian hormone or defective functioning of antimullerian hormone type II receptors give rise to a type of male pseudohermaphroditism known as 'persistent muellerian duct syndrome'. Such patients are phenotypically male with 46 XY karyotype and well developed muellerian duct derivatives which may be intra-abdominal or may herniate in(More)
Background: Tuberculosis is an ancient disease known since pre-historic times and remains important infectious disease today in terms of morbidity, mortality and economic impact. Cutaneous tuberculosis makes up a small proportion (1.5%) of all cases of extra pulmonary tuberculosis. In a recent study from India cases of cutaneous tuberculosis make upto 0.15%(More)
Mammary sclerosing lobular hyperplasia (SLH) is a rare, benign, fibroproliferative tumour-like lesion of adolescent and young women often of African-American heritage. Fine-needle aspiration cytology of mammary SLH shows characteristic features that include an absence of stromal fragments. We report a 45-year-old woman who presented with a gradually(More)
We report a case of cutaneous swelling found on the left anterior axillary fold of a 41-year-old man. Gross examination of specimen excised from the dermis showed a well-circumscribed nodule histologically composed of spindle cells with interspersed ganglion cell like cells. On hematoxylin and eosine (H and E) staining it was diagnosed as ganglioneuroma.(More)