Histopathological Spectrum Of Head And Neck Lesions At Tertiary Care Hospital: 1531 Cases Study
Histopathology Of Head And Neck Lesions
Keywords:Head And Neck Lesions, Nose And Paranasal Sinuses, Mucormycosis
Background: Head and neck lesions are commonly encountered in patients across all age groups. This region encompass a multitude of congenital, inflammatory or neoplastic lesions.To study different Head and neck lesions, find out frequency of benign and malignant head and neck lesions, histopathological appearance, compare and correlate the various histopathological Head and Neck lesions in relations to age, gender, and site of distribution at P. D. U. Medical College & Hospital, Rajkot, Gujarat, India. Material And Methods: Received specimens were fixed in 10% formalin overnight, processed, blocks were made and sectioning was done and stained with Harris Haematoxylin and Eosin stain in histopathology laboratory. Result: Total 1531 cases were studied during the period of 1st August 2019 to 31st July 2021. Out of 1531 cases 991 were males and 550 females respectively. The most affected age group was 41-60 years. Most common anatomical site affected was Nose and Paranasal sinuses. This study include Infectious diseases as a leading cause of Head and Neck lesions because it includes period of Covid Pandemic with most common infection was Mucormyosis. Conclusion: We concluded that site specific data is helpful in evaluating common and rare lesions of head and neck and it also give idea about which site affects more frequently. We also concluded that period during which study is conducted is having huge impact on result. [Bhalodiya N Natl J Integr Res Med, 2022; 13(3): 15-18, Published on Dated: 10/05/2022]
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