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Suppurative inflammation

7 yr old boy, with axillary swelling, soft cystic. White thick material aspirated. AFB negative. No epithelioid granuloma seen. Should we label it caseous tubercular lesion or not?

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do AFB. If positive label TB. Otherwise label cytology as inflammatory suppurative lesion provisionally . Suggest CBNAAT and biopsy

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Sheets and groups of adipocytes.. few multivacuolate.. few with cytoplasmic granularity. Fragments of fibrofatty tissue traversed by fibrous trabeculae Background necrosis... with scattered mononuclears and macrophages. Benign fatty lesion... Dd. Lipoma/Fibrolipoma/spindle cell lipoma Hibernoma Fat necrosis Panniculitis. Sug.excision bx

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do AFB. If positive label TB. Otherwise label cytology as inflammatory suppurative lesion provisionally . Suggest CBNAAT and biopsy

No lymphoid cells of lymph node origin in background Lipomatous lesion only

No it’s simple lipomatous lesion

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