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    Histopathological patterns of ovarian lesions: A study of 161 cases

    Abdulkareem Younis SULEIMAN1, Intisar Salim PITY2, Mohammed R MOHAMMED2, Bashar Abduljabar HASSAWI2

    BIOCELL, Vol.43, No.3, pp. 175-181, 2019, DOI:10.32604/biocell.2019.06884

    Abstract Ovarian lesions are commonly encountered pathologies that cannot be categorized clinicoradiologically. Definite diagnosis is of great importance for therapeutic and prognostic purposes. Histopathology gives accurate diagnosis in most cases. Few cases need supportive tests like immunohistochemistry. Objective: to study the histomorphological diversity of ovarian lesions, their age and location in North of Iraq (Mosul and Duhok). Patients and methods: In the period extended from January 2008 to December 2011, 161 cases of ovarian lesions were collected from pathology departments in Azadi General Hospital “Duhok” and Al-Jamhori Teaching Hospital “Mosul”. Automated tissue processor was used More >

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