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Histopathological study of dermatological lesions - A retrospective approach
International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health
Results: A total of 112 patients were included in the study, 63 cases (56%) were males and 49 cases (44%) were females. In males, the commonest lesions were granulomatous lesions (n-30, 26.80, %) followed by nonspecific dermatoses. In females, the commonest lesions were nonspecific dermatoses (n= 15, 13.6%) & granulomatous lesions (n-18, 16.4%). Conclusion: Skin diseases were more common in males than females. Granulomatous lesions were common in males than females.doi:10.5455/ijmsph.2014.190620142 fatcat:jxswn6lvqzby3nwfwgknycdnuq