Diagnosis Of Salivary Gland Lesions With Histopathological Correlation

@inproceedings{Gandhi2013DiagnosisOS,
  title={Diagnosis Of Salivary Gland Lesions With Histopathological Correlation},
  author={D Gandhi and Dr. Trupti M Purohit and Dr. Milan B Purohit and Dr. Deepa Jethwani and Dr. Mahesh Vidja},
  year={2013}
}
  • D Gandhi, Dr. Trupti M Purohit, +2 authors Dr. Mahesh Vidja
  • Published 2013
Introduction: The salivary gland lesions are relatively common clinical problems and range from non neoplastic lesions like sialadenitis and cysts to benign and malignant tumors of different malignant potential. FNAC is generally first diagnostic test in such patients. The objective of current study was to study the age, sex and site distribution of salivary gland lesions, and to analyze sensitivity and specificity of FNA diagnosis of salivary gland tumors by correlating with histopathological… CONTINUE READING
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