Harshi Dhingra

Harshi Dhingra
Adesh institute of medical sciences and research bathinda · Medical college

MD Pathology

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Objective: Surgical site infections (SSIs) owing to nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) have emerged as an important cause of hospital-acquired SSI leading to great morbidity and mortality. Among NTM, Mycobacterium abscessus is reported in these sites. Epidemiology and transmission of M. abscessus in humans is noticing crux changes. Case report: We h...
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The case presents an incidental finding of a rare variety of endometrioses in both the fallopian tubes termed intraluminal endometriosis in a 52-year-old female.
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A 65 years old male, chronic smoker (30 pack years), presented with complaints of dyspnea (mMRC grade2), cough (dry in nature), loss of appetite, loss of weight ( > 5 kgs), weakness, bony pains, feverish feeling and easy fatigability for last 2-3 months.Contrast enhanced CT chest showed bilateral extensive paraseptal and centriacinar emphysematous...
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A 65 year old man who underwent coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) for triple vessel disease was found to have enlarged thymus. Biopsy of the thymic mass revealed localised amyloid deposits demonstrating strong apple green birefringence on polarised microscopy. Localized thymic amyloidosis is an extremely rare finding with present case as the seve...
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Epithelioid angiosarcoma (EA) is a subtype of angiosarcoma which is a rare tumor of endothelial origin. Here, we report a case of 15-year-old boy who presented with soft tissue mass lesion in the parotid region mimicking as a benign parotid tumor. Cytology was suggestive of inflammatory swelling. Patient underwent superficial parotidectomy along wi...
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Background and aims: Sarcoidosis is a multisystem granulomatous disease of unknown etiology and cutaneous involvement is the second most frequent manifestation in systemic sarcoidosis.The aim of the present study is to evaluate the clinical and pathological spectrum of cutaneous sarcoidosis and compare the same with literature available. Methods:...
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Cervical teratomas are very rare tumors, accounting for approximately 3%–5% of all pediatric teratomas with predominance in females. Most common site of cervical teratoma is sacrococcygeal region and occurrence in cervical region is a rare presentation. We present a case of cervical teratoma in a 4-month-old male infant presenting as neck mass mimi...
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Introduction: The ultimate goal of blood transfusion services is to provide whole blood and blood components that are safe, efficacious and potent to the recipients. Building blocks of quality include- quality control, quality assurance and quality audit. Quality control is a process by which product standards are established and met without mistak...
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Background: Metastatic carcinoma is the most common secondary malignant tumor affecting the bone. Bone is the third most common site for metastasis after lung and liver. The present study was planned to analyze the histomorphological patterns of bone changes in metastatic tumors and their correlation with the radiological findings. Materials and Me...
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A diffuse, chronic, non-inflammatory, non-neoplastic usually bilateral, enlargement of major salivary glands is termed as Sialadenosis or sialosis. It is an uncommon cause for enlargement of the parotid gland. We hear by describe two patients with history of unilateral painless swelling of parotid glands. Fine-Needle Aspiration (FNA) specimens show...
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Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis (XGP) is an uncommon and distinct type of chronic infective pyelonephritis causing destruction of the kidney, severely affecting the renal function. The perinephric adipose tissue and peritoneum is not uncommonly involved. The study was undertaken to decipher the clinicopathologic spectrum of XGP. Forty cases of X...
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Kimura disease is a rare chronic inflammatory disorder of unknown cause, primarily seen in young Asian males. The disease is characterized by painless subcutaneous swelling, blood and tissue eosinophilia and raised IgE levels. Early diagnosis of Kimura’s disease may spare the patient from unnecessary invasive diagnostic procedure. We describe a cas...
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Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma (ACC) is uncommonly found outside the major or minor salivary glands and is especially rare when located in nasal cavity. A case report of 13 year old boy who presented with mass in nasal cavity and epistaxis is presented here. Endoscopic removal of mass was done and histopathology revealed ACC. ACCs are slow growing tumour...
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Spiradenocylindroma is a rare occurrence where tumor has histological features of both spiradenoma and cylindroma in single nodular lesion. Due to dual histomorphological features in a single lesion, it is considered as a hybrid tumor. We describe a case of spiradenocylindroma in a 70-year old female. Spiradenocylindroma presents a diagnostic chall...
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Introduction Thymic carcinoma is a rare, invasive mediastinal neoplasm with a tendency to metastasize. They constitute a heterogeneous group of tumors that present differently in terms of both behavior and prognosis. Case report We present a case of thymic carcinoma in a 55-year-old male patient known to suffer from Myasthenia gravis, whose chief...
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Background: Infertility is both a clinical and a public problem. Standard semen analysis is the surrogate measure of male fertility in clinical practice to determine prevalence of low sperm count including oligozoospermia and azoospermia and to assess the pattern and distribution of abnormal semen parameters in infertile men.Methods: The retrospect...
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Background: clinical and histopathological features. Methods: these, 13 cases (3.37%) were of histoid leprosy. Results: commonest skin lesions encountered most common sites involved were upper and lower limbs in 8 (61.5%) cases. The various clinical differential diagnoses given w erythema nodosum leprosum and molluscum contagiosum. The main histopa...

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