HISTOPATHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF NASAL MASSES IN PATIENTS VISITING A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL.

Authors

  • Aman Buriuly  Tutor, Department of Pathology, MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
  • Luguram Tudu Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine (PSM), MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
  • Durga Charan Besra  Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
  • Manoj Kumar Paswan Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, RIMS, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51168/sjhrafrica.v5i3.1126

Keywords:

Histopathological Analysis, Nasal Masses, Tertiary Care Hospital

Abstract

Background:

Disorders of adenoidal space involve infection of viruses, bacteria, or fungus, adenoidal space cancer also swelling of adenoidal mucous membrane. The prime purpose of this study is to detect the association between clinical signs and cytopathological characteristics, to detect the commonness of several cancerous growths of adenoidal space, and nasal pharynx, and to contrast the cytology of several kinds of nasal polyp.

Methods Materials:

The study was conducted in Rajendra Institute of Medical Science, Ranchi. 150 patients were included in this study and carried out for 1 year. Detailed history of the patients was recorded and cytological examination was done.

Results:

21 patients of age group 1-10 years had nasal polyps. 42 patients of the age range 11-20 years had nasal polyps, in the age range of 21-30 18 patients were present. 23 patients in the age range of 31-40 years had nasal polyps. 18 patients in the age range 41-50 years had nasal polyps. 10 patients in the age range 51-60 years had nasal polyps. 17 and 1 patients in the age range 61-70 years and 71-80 years had nasal polyps. 88 patients were male and 62 patients were female. 112 patients' surface epithelium was ulcerated and 38 patients' surface epithelium was non-ulcerated

Conclusion:

In the current research, it is apparent that nasal and paranasal growths comprise a composite of structures that vary from the non – neoplastic reactive conditions to benign and malignant tumors. It is not possible to differentiate simple nasal growth only based on cellular infiltrate. All the cases with nasal growth are under histopathological evaluation because sometimes benign or malignant growths are also present as polyps.

Recommendation:

In any kind of nasal or paranasal growths histopathological examination is important. Sometimes benign and malignant growths are also present which can be differentiated by histopathological examination.

Published

2024-03-31

How to Cite

Buriuly, A. ., Tudu, L. ., Besra, D. C. ., & Paswan, M. K. . (2024). HISTOPATHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF NASAL MASSES IN PATIENTS VISITING A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL. Student’s Journal of Health Research Africa, 5(3). https://doi.org/10.51168/sjhrafrica.v5i3.1126

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Section

Section of Pathology, and Histopathology