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40 Yrs Female Ascitic fluid cytology for comment plz. ( No any clinical history)

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Malignant cells ( adenocarcinoma), D/D : Reactive Mesothelial cells often difficult to be differentiated. Clinical/ radiological / other relevant investigations for further evaluation & confirmation

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Malignant cells ( adenocarcinoma), D/D : Reactive Mesothelial cells often difficult to be differentiated. Clinical/ radiological / other relevant investigations for further evaluation & confirmation

Agreed Sir... Received the sample only without any relevant history .I will update with all other reports for evaluation soon.
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Dd. Reactive mesothelial cells Malignant cells. Sug.clinical correlation Imaging Search for primary IHC

Reactive mesothelial cells and few malignant squamous cells like cells are seen Probably metastatic deposits also?? Please search for primary and do other required Investigations

Thank you all Sorry to inform you ,patient LAMA before clinical details Final impression given: Inflammatory smear with Reactive mesothelial cells

Reactive mesothelial cells with atypical cells ? Adenoca.

Reactive mesothelial cells Few malignant looking cells ? Adenocarcinoma

Reactive mesothelial cells Negative for malignant cells

Ascitis is accumulation of fluid in abdomen.. Ascitic fluid cytology helps in diagnosis of.. -Malignancy -Secondary lymphomas and leukemias -Specific chronic inflammatory condition- tuberculosis -Connective tissue disorder.

Reactive mesothelial cells.

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