Hemalatha Narayana

Department of Urology, Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, India

  • Research Article   
    A Role of fine Needle Testicular Aspiration in Outpatient Department
    Author(s): Hemalatha Narayana*

    FNA of testis as not yet become a routine investigation in the field of cytology, although has gained its role to diagnosis in various organs. Testicular aspiration is simple and safe can perform without any complications and it requires no anesthesia, hence it can be done easely in OPD. BACKGROUND Aspiration smears yielded abundant material which was well preserved, and could easily read on light microscopy. In most of the instances especially inflammatory conditions one could approach the diagnosis easily, which avoided the biopsy. METHODS The entire work was carried out in outpatient department. FNA was performed using 10 ml syringe with 21 gauge needle, aspirated material was air dried and wet fixed? The smears were stained using cytological stains. Simultaneously biopsy was performed. RESUL.. View More»

    DOI: 10.18410/jebmh/2023/01.70

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