NAAS Score 2019

                   5.36

Declaration Format

Please download DeclarationForm and submit along with manuscript.

UserOnline

Free counters!

Previous Next

Pre-Operative Cytology- An Effective Tool in the Diagnosis of Malignant Canine Mammary Tumours

Sukhmanpuneet Kaur Kuldip Gupta Neeraj Kashyap Naresh Kumar Sood Amarjit Singh
Vol 9(3), 157-163
DOI- http://dx.doi.org/10.5455/ijlr.20180908060251

The present study was conducted on 24 cases of canine mammary tumour (CMT) to evaluate cytology versus histopathology in its diagnosis. During surgical intervention samples were taken for cytology and histopathology by using FNAB and excisional biopsy respectively. The tumours were also sub-classified and graded on the basis of histopathology. On the basis of cytology all the tumours were found to be malignant which was confirmed by histopathology. A comparison of cytology and histopathology revealed a cent-percent positive correlation in detecting malignancy and tumour sub-type. However, there was poor correlation between cytology and histopathology in predicting the grade and stage of malignancy.

Keywords : CMT Correlation Cytology Grade Histopathology Stage

Full Text Read : 322 Downloads : 60
Previous Next

Submit Case Reports for Special Issue (Dec’19)

Recommend IJLR to include in UGC-CARE list

Download Completed format here

IJLR_UGC CARE Recommendation

And

Recommendations of new journals should be routed by universities and colleges as follows:

  1. Universities: IQAC cell to respective regional CARE University
  2. Affiliated colleges: College IQAC cell to parent university’s IQAC cell. Parent university IQAC cell will forward to respective regional CARE University.

You can find Zonal UGC-CARE address here https://ugccare.unipune.ac.in/site/website/ugc-contact.aspx

Close