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Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study

Dr. Karansinh F Vala, Dr. Ina Shah, Dr. H. M. Goswami,Dr. R.N.Gonsai, Dr.Mehul Joshi, Dr.Raajul Jain.

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Purpose: To study the incidence of type of neoplastic lesions of nose and nasopharynx in different age groups and sex in tertiary care hospital, India and to compare the data with other similar studies. Materials and methods: Retrospectively, 100 cases were selected from the department of histopathology of tertiary care hospital, India. Results: Out of 100 cases, 38 were malignant and 62 were benign. Commonest malignancy found was Squamous cell carcinoma, commonest benign lesion was angiofibroma. Age varies with the range of 11-20years in benign lesions and 51-60 years in malignant lesions. Male’s patients were more commonly affected then females. Conclusion: Incidence of angiofibroma and squamous cell carcinoma was highest amongst the benign and malignant lesions respectively in present study with male preponderance. Malignant tumors were more common in elderly patients.

Key words: Angiofibroma, Inverted Pappiloma, Neoplastic, Nose, Nasopharynx


 
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Vala DKF, Shah DI, Goswami DHM, R.N.Gonsai D, Joshi D, Jain D. Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. SEAJCRR. 2013; 2(6): 422-428.



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Vala DKF, Shah DI, Goswami DHM, R.N.Gonsai D, Joshi D, Jain D. Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. www.scopemed.org/?mno=149799 [Access: October 22, 2017].



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Vala DKF, Shah DI, Goswami DHM, R.N.Gonsai D, Joshi D, Jain D. Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. SEAJCRR. 2013; 2(6): 422-428.



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Vala DKF, Shah DI, Goswami DHM, R.N.Gonsai D, Joshi D, Jain D. Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. SEAJCRR. (2013), [cited October 22, 2017]; 2(6): 422-428.



Harvard Style

Vala, D. K. F., Shah, D. I., Goswami, D. H. M., R.N.Gonsai, D., Joshi, D. & Jain, D. (2013) Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. SEAJCRR, 2 (6), 422-428.



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Vala, Dr. Karansinh F, Dr. Ina Shah, Dr. H. M. Goswami, Dr. R.N.Gonsai, Dr.Mehul Joshi, and Dr.Raajul Jain. 2013. Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review, 2 (6), 422-428.



Chicago Style

Vala, Dr. Karansinh F, Dr. Ina Shah, Dr. H. M. Goswami, Dr. R.N.Gonsai, Dr.Mehul Joshi, and Dr.Raajul Jain. "Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study." The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review 2 (2013), 422-428.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Vala, Dr. Karansinh F, Dr. Ina Shah, Dr. H. M. Goswami, Dr. R.N.Gonsai, Dr.Mehul Joshi, and Dr.Raajul Jain. "Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study." The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review 2.6 (2013), 422-428. Print.



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Vala, D. K. F., Shah, D. I., Goswami, D. H. M., R.N.Gonsai, D., Joshi, D. & Jain, D. (2013) Histo-Pathological Study of Neoplastic Lesions of Nose and Nasopharynx – A Retrospective study. The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review, 2 (6), 422-428.



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