Volume : IX, Issue : V, May - 2020

STUDY OF CERVICAL LYMPHADENOPATHY BY FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATION CYTOLOGY

Dr. Ranjita Kumari, Dr. Binod Kumar

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A total of 90 cases were included in study. Maximum number of cases was in below 30 years age group. This study showed male preponderance. Submandibular lymph nodes were commonly involved . Benign Lymphadenopathies was diagnosed in 81.68 % cases. Maximum number of cases were granulomatous lymphadenopathies 47.78 %. Metastatic deposits were diagnosed in 14.29 % cases common being squamous cell carcinoma. We reported two cases of lymph node involvement by leukemic infiltration. Lymphoma was diagnosed in 1.68 % cases.

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STUDY OF CERVICAL LYMPHADENOPATHY BY FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATION CYTOLOGY , Dr. Ranjita Kumari, Dr. Binod Kumar GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-9 | Issue-5 | May-2020


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