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Spectrum of lymphadenopathy on fine needle aspiration cytology-A 3 year retrospective study in a tertiary care centre
IP Archives of Cytology and Histopathology Research
Lymphadenopathy is seen commonly in patients attending the medical outpatient departments. FNAC is an easy and rapid diagnostic test. FNAC gives early direction to treatment protocol to be followed. Aim: To study the different cytological spectrum associated with various lymphadenopathy and different lesions with respect to age and sex. Materials and Methods: In our study, all cases of peripheral lymphadenopathies who had come to the cytology department for FNAC over a period of 3 years from 1doi:10.18231/2456-9267.2019.0014 fatcat:ojdhkfssivad7odf4tqi7ifxaa