Cytomorphological spectrum of pediatric head and neck lesions-a comparative study in a tertiary teaching hospital in Western Uttar Pradesh, India

@inproceedings{Mohan2016CytomorphologicalSO,
  title={Cytomorphological spectrum of pediatric head and neck lesions-a comparative study in a tertiary teaching hospital in Western Uttar Pradesh, India},
  author={Alok Mohan and Ravindra Kumar Jain and Rajender Thakral},
  year={2016}
}
Background: Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is a well accepted as a diagnostic procedure in adult head and neck lesions. Its use in pediatric population is comparatively new. Only a few studies are available in archives of medical literature in pediatric population. Aims: The study the cytomorphological spectrum of head and neck lesions in pediatric age group. Histopathological correlation was done wherever possible. Material and methods: This was a hospital based, prospective type of… CONTINUE READING

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