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Prostate Lesion

Male patient 72 years , prostate TURP ( Source : M E Rashdi , Histopathology Cytopathology Consultancy)

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BHP,Focal non specific prostatitis with focal PIN 1 & 2

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Benign prostatic hyperplasia with prostatitis. Papillary infolding at places.

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Nodular hyperplasia Chronic prostatitis PIN.. ll/III. Focal AAH(atypical adenomatous hyperplasia)

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nodular hyperplasia of prostate

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Benign adenomatous hyperplasia of Prostate, though some bridging noted at occasional sites

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BHP,Focal non specific prostatitis with focal PIN 1 & 2

BPH with focal AAH

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