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Pathological findings Pathological diagnosis All (n=32) Responders (n=5) Hypospermatogenesis 11 (34.4%) 1 (20%) Maturation arrest 10 (31.2%) 2 (40%) Sertoli cell only 11 (34.4%) 2 (40%) Pathological diagnosis Non-responders (n=27) p value Hypospermatogenesis 10 (37%) - Maturation arrest 8 (29.6%) 0.76 Sertoli cell only 9 (33.4%) -
Relationship between lesion morphology and pathological diagnosis under different endoscopic magnification methods [%].
(6) In a recently published study, Celis et al could not find a correlation between clinical and pathological diagnosis. (11)
Therefore, pathological diagnosis using bile juice cytology is an important method because it plays a significant role in the definitive differential diagnosis between benign and malignant tumors and the determination of treatment method.
Precise preoperative diagnosis of retroperitoneal and intraabdominal sarcomas is always a vital problem, since different pathological diagnosis would lead to completely different treatment and prognosis.
We aimed to describe the utility and diagnostic yield of EBUS-TBNA in different clinical scenarios in thoracic diseases, dividing our series into five different groups according to the main indication for the procedure (Group 1: lung cancer staging, Group 2: pathological diagnosis in advanced stage lung cancer, Group 3: lymphadenopathy in previous malignancies, Group 4: pulmonary lesions, and Group 5: unknown origin lymphadenopathy) and reporting our results in terms of sensitivity, negative predictive value, and diagnostic accuracy.
ENKL lesions consist mainly of necrotic tissue, which often complicates pathological diagnosis and can necessitate several biopsies.
A 60-year-old woman underwent transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) at our institute in 2004; her pathological diagnosis was a high-grade UC with adenocarcinomatous differentiation (pT2a, G2>G3).
Although a definite classification was unable to be done in the pathology reports, the involvement of the lymph nodes suggested a systemic involvement in our patient who was thought to have a malignant histiocytic tumor as a pathological diagnosis [1, 2].
Material and Methods: Sixty-four patients (n=64) including 61 females and 3 males with pathological diagnosis of solid pseudopapillary tumor were selected from archives of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Center for the period of 2000-2017.
However, traditional TBNA needles contain no stylet; indeed, pathological diagnosis can also be obtained using puncture suction.
Percutaneous biopsy was performed, and the pathological diagnosis was a normal mature bone marrow material that was an osteochondroma.

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