Deepti Agarwal's research while affiliated with Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya and other places

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Background: The salivary gland lesions constitute around 3–6% of all head-and-neck lesions and have always posed a diagnostic riddle for the cytopathologists around the world. Since the majority of these lesions need surgical excision, it is, therefore, important to diagnose these lesions with utmost precision to prevent over or under stage procedu...
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Introduction: Metaplastic Carcinoma of Breast (MCB) is a rare heterogeneous neoplasm characterised by a mixture of adenocarcinoma with dominant areas of spindle cells, squamous and other mesenchymal differentiation. The reported incidence is 0.2% of all breast cancers. Aim: To study the clinicopathological presentation, pathologic features and diff...
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Chondroid syringoma is a rare, benign, appendegeal neoplasm. It was initially termed as mixed tumor as it comprises both epithelial cells and chondromyxoid stroma. It usually presents as a slow growing, solitary, painless, subcutaneous, or intracutaneous mass, frequently in the head and neck region. Cytological features usually include the presence...
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Introduction: Breast carcinoma demands attention as it causes high morbidity and mortality. It is important to recognise benign lesions to distinguish them from in situ and invasive breast cancer and to assess a patient’s risk of developing breast cancer, so that the most appropriate treatment modality for each case can be established. The p63 has...
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Background: Ovarian lesions constitute a complex group with varied clinical behaviour and pathology. The ovaries constitute the internal reproductive organs their lesions can present in childhood to postmenopausal age group Clinical, radiological and gross examination alone cannot distinguish benign from malignant lesions; hence, histopathological...
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Collision tumour is defined as the presence of two distinct tumours in the same organ without any histological intermixing. Such tumours involving ovaries are extremely rare. We are presenting report of two cases of ovarian collision tumour. Our first case revealed features of mature cystic teratoma with mucinous cystadenoma. The second case showed...
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Background: Thyroid disease is most common endocrine disorder and is different from other endocrine diseases because of its visible swelling and ease of diagnosis. If left untreated, thyroid disease makes a person more prone for heart disease, infertility and osteoporosis. In India, significant burden of thyroid diseases exist with an estimation o...
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Squamous cell carcinoma, a rare malignancy of upper urinary tract accounts for 1.4% of all renal malignancies [1]. These tumours are mostly seen in the adults and less commonly in the pediatric age groups. Most of the cases present incidentally because they are masqueraded by pyonephrosis or hydonephrosis which occurs at an advanced stage of the di...

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... 1. Distribution of cases according to gender and age group is shown in Table 1 2. The most common age group affected was [21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30] years. There was male preponderance in the present study. ...
... 3,11 The etiology of lipomatosis not yet established and some factors include embryogenic displacement of adipose tissue, degenerative disease with disturbance of fat metabolism, post chemotherapy fat deposition and chronic irritation. 12 Mostly lipomas are asymptomatic and found incidentally during colonoscopy, radiological examination, surgery or autopsy. 10 The symptoms are related to the size, location, and mobility of the lipoma. ...
... This study is in line with several studies which also stated that there was no significant relationship between HER2 overexpression and grade (21,25,26) and mitosis (27). This may indicate that HER2 is a prognostic factor whose expression cannot be predicted from the morphological features of breast carcinoma. ...
... Our finding is similar with various studies conducted in different parts of India and Nepal. [6][7][8][9][10][11] Only one case of metastatic tumour is encountered in this study while the rest comprises primary ovarian tumour (99%). Similar observation was seen in the study of Bhagyalakshmi A et al (98.5%). ...
... Kamra et al in their study reported 93.4% to be females. 28 Sood and Nigam reported a male to female ratio of 1:10. 29 Bamanikar et al in their study had 89.7% females. ...