TO ASSESS THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS AT AIMS, DEWAS
Keywords:gastrointestinal, diagnosis, histopathological & clinical.
Background & Method: The study includes 150 patients suffering from various gastrointestinal disorders whose endoscopic biopsy material was sent for histopathological examination in the Department of Pathology, Material is provided by patients of various GI disorders, attending both outdoor and indoor patients were included of Amaltas Institute of Medical Science, Dewas M.P.
Result: Of the total 55 (36.6 %) esophageal biopsies 34 (32.2 %) are of male patient while 21 (20 %) of female patients. Of the total 26 (17.5 %) gastric biopsies 20 (19 %) are from male and 06 (13.3 %) from female. 21 (20%) of the total 22 (14.6%) small intestinal biopsies were from male patients while 01 (2.4 %) were from female patients. 30 (28.8 %) of the total 47 (31.3 %) large intestinal biopsies are from male patients and the rest 17 (37.7 %) are from female. Out of the total 72 cases showing malignant features on endoscopy 54 turned out to be malignant. 08 cases show dysplastic features and 06 cases are diagnosed as non malignant. 46 of the cases out of 50 cases showing non malignant features on endoscopy are diagnosed as non malignant on histopathology and 04 cases remained undiagnosed. Out of the total 30 biopsies not showing any definite features on endoscopy 02 cases turned out to be malignant and 02 showed dysplastic changes. 00 cases showing non malignant features on endoscopy turned out to be malignant.
Conclusion: Maximum number of biopsies received were from esophagus and male : female ratio is 2:1. Maximum number of biopsies were from the esophagus (36.6%). Overall maximum number of biopsies turned out to be malignant (45.3%). Among the benign lesions maximum are of enteritis. On endoscopy, 72 cases were suspected malignant, whereas on histopathology, 54 cases were confirmed to be malignant.
Keywords: gastrointestinal, diagnosis, histopathological & clinical.
Study Designed: Observational Study.
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