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Divya Bala Thumaty1, Sohan Singh
Mandloi1, Yadav Nisha1,Smita Kayal1, Prasanth
Ganesan1, Sajini Elizabeth Jacob2
Debdatta Basu2,Biswajit Dubashi 1*.
1 Department of Medical Oncology, 2 Department of Pathology, Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical
Education & Research
“Demographic profile, Absolute Lymphocyte count and outcomes in Non M3 Acute myeloid leukemia from a tertiary care centre in South India”
Acute Myeloid Leukemia is the most common leukemia in adults with a median age
of 65 years, but with poor outcome rates. This analysis
Dr.Vidhya.R, Dr. Kalaichelvi.K, Dr. Raja.G, Dr. Suresh Kumar.S
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women
in India and globally and the second leading cause of cancer mortality among
females. Early stage breast cancer (>60%) is common in the western population with 72.7%
Final year PG
Dept of Medical Oncology
DR.MANIVANNAN.P, DR.KALAISELVI.K, DR.RAJA.G, DR.SURESH KUMAR.S
BACKGROUND: Malignant Mixed Mullerian tumour (MMMT) also called as carcinosarcoma , is an extremely rare and aggressive tumour which accounts for less than
A 78year old female presented with complaints of easy fatiguability, abdominal distension, breathlessness on exertion, loss of appetite and weight for the past two months. On examination, she was found to have massive splenomegaly. PET-CT showed massive splenomegaly with diffuse splenic and marrow
PURPOSE: To analyse the stage at presentation, eligibility and tolerability of concurrent chemoradiation and response rate along with overall survival in patients with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of anal canal treated between january 2013 and april 2017.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: 33