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Mucin Histochemistry Study of the Prostate in Normal and Malignant Lesions
Journal of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University
There is an increase in the incidence of the prostate cancer by 1% yearly which has been recorded in the last three years. Early diagnosis of prostate cancer is important and differentiation between normal and malignant lesions of prostate has been a diagnostic dilemma. There is unavailability of modern techniques in rural areas as well as in developing countries. Aims and Objectives: To evaluate the usefulness of mucin stains in differentiating normal and malignant lesions of prostate.doaj:c5bb19c0299244f58f460ec17f62ce0d fatcat:niycgdlerbd2jir26tplpox6xa