Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady

Karnataka, India

Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady

Karnataka, India
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Tauro L.F.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | Martis J.S.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | George C.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | Kamath A.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | And 2 more authors.
Oman Medical Journal | Year: 2011

Tuberculous mastitis is a rare clinical entity and usually affects women from the Indian sub-continent and Africa. It often mimics breast carcinoma and pyogenic breast abscess clinically and radiologically, may both co-exist. Routine laboratory investigations are not helpful in its diagnosis. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) / biopsy are essential for diagnosis and tuberculosis culture when positive may be very useful to guide antimicrobial therapy. Antitubercular drugs in combination with aspiration or surgical drainage are usually associated with an excellent outcome. © OMSB, 2011.


Rajeshwara K.V.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | D'Souza C.R.S.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | Saldanha E.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | Dantis K.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady | Rai P.,Fr Muller Medical College Hospital Kankanady
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2013

Castleman's Disease (CD) is a rare lymphoproliferative disorder and a mesenteric location is unusual. The unicentric variety is more difficult to diagnose clinically and it requires a histopathological confirmation. The excision biopsy itself will help both in the diagnosis and in planning the treatment. Here, we are presenting a case of unicentric mesenteric Castleman's disease which we suspected to be lymphoma.

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