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International Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Sciences
Cytological nuclear grading is one of the most important prognostic factors that should be considered in the study of breast cancer. The aim was to study the importance of the nuclear grading in breast carcinoma in imprint smears along with its histological correlation. The fine needle aspiration smears were stained with Papanicolaou stain and graded using the Robinson's cytological grading system. Subsequently histological grading was performed on their Hematoxylin &Eosin stained tissuefatcat:dw6vduvlmbaqdl4ttpkwgwyriy