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Montaux test positive
Gross Description: Multiple lymphnodes in right posterior cervical region. Aspiration done. Microscopic Findings: Aspirate shows mixed population of mature lymphoid cells, plasma cells, few neutrophils, large atypical uninucleate or binucleate cells, occasional ? Reed Sternberg cells. There is no granuloma formation / evidence of tuberculosis. Opinion: HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS OF LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDER ?HODGKIN’S LYMPHOMA. Advised excision biopsy of lymphnode for histopathological confirmation.
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HELLO, M T IS NOT  CONCLUSIVE FOR ACTIV E TUBERCULOSIS SO  DESCRIPTION INDICATES HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA WHICH IS A CARCINOMA. IT IS TREATABLE TO SOME EXTEND. O.K
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