A Clinicopathological study of skin and adnexal neoplasms at a rural based tertiary teaching hospital
Keywords:Histopathology, Skin and adnexal tumors, Neoplasm
Skin and adnexal tumors (SATs) are those neoplasms that differentiate toward or arise from pilosebaceous unit, eccrine sweat glands or apocrine sweat glands, and these tumors are classified into four groups that exhibit histologic features analogous to hair follicles, sebaceous glands, and eccrine glands. Objectives of present study are to study frequency, age, sex, site and histopathological distribution of skin & adnexal neoplasms at rural based tertiary teaching hospital. In this descriptive study biopsy and histopathological specimens are received over a period of six months in the department of pathology. Specimens are processed and stained with haematoxylin and eosin stain. Data regarding clinicopathological study of skin and adnexal neoplasms in rural set up are lacking in literature. Here an attempt has been made to correlate data.
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