UTILITY OF FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATION CYTOLOGY AS A SCREENING TOOL IN DIAGNOSIS OF TUBERCULOUS MASTITIS

Patil Tushar, Badhe Pallavi

Abstract


Characteristic feature of tuberculous mastitis is pus discharging sinus or non-healing painful ulcer which appears
late in the disease. It is commonly misinterpreted as malignancy or pyogenic abscess. So to diagnose tuberculous
mastitis in initial phase of disease,


Keywords


tuberculous mastitis, granulomatous in

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