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Ghorpade C.V.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Deo R.P.,BGS Global Hospital | Thorat R.D.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Watve J.K.,Aster Adhar Hospital
Otorhinolaryngology Clinics | Year: 2012

We are reporting a case of 30-year-old female with asymptomatic left sided neck mass who underwent surgical excision. She was diagnosed as having a neurilemmoma of left descendence hypoglossi nerve on histopathological examination. The review of available literature has shown it is a rare occurrence.


Acharya A.S.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Sulhyan K.R.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Ramteke R.V.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Kunghadkar V.Y.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital
Indian Journal of Dermatology | Year: 2013

We are reporting a case of 36 yr old female with chronic filarial lymphedema of both legs. Subsequently she developed lymphangiosarcoma of her left leg which was confirmed histologically and on immunohistochemistry. Only three more cases of lymphagiosarcoma occurring in patients with filarial lymphedema are reviewed from available literature.


Kulkarni A.M.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Mudholkar V.G.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Acharya A.S.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital | Ramteke R.V.,RCSM Government Medical College and CPR Hospital
Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery | Year: 2012

(1) To study the incidence of benign and malignant lesions of nose and paranasal sinuses (PNS). (2) To study various lesions in reference to sex differences and symptomatology. (3) To compare the findings of the study with other authors. The study was conducted over a period of 7 years both retrospectively and prospectively. The formalin fixed specimens were received with complete clinical and radiological features. Routine gross examination and required number of sections were taken and stained with hematoxylin and eosin. Periodic acid Schiffs and reticulin stains were used wherever necessary. The incidence of lesions in nasal cavity (NC) and PNS was 16. 71 cases per year, non-neoplastic lesions constituted 86% of these cases and their incidence was 14. 42% and neoplastic lesions constituted 12%. All the cases were carefully examined histopathologically and it was found that the region was affected by variety of lesions. Among 117 cases, 101 were non-neoplastic and 16 were neoplastic. The commonest site was NC, followed by PNS. They occur commonly in second and third decades with predominance in males. Amongst the non-inflammatory lesion, nasal polyp is the commonest lesion followed by rhinoscleroma and rhinosporidiosis. The common age group is second and third decades, with male predominance. Amongst benign neoplastic lesions capillary haemangioma was common followed by inverted papilloma. The common age group is second and third decades, with male predominance. Malignant lesions were comparatively less to that of benign lesions. © 2011 Association of Otolaryngologists of India.

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