Posted by DAM on February 3, 2012 in Disturbance of growth and neoplasia | Short Link
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The final diagnosis of any tumor is usually based on the histological examination using the following ways:

  1. Frozen section.
  2. Paraffin section.
    1. Exfoliative cytology (based on the fact that the tumor cells are shed off and appear in exudates and secretions.

    4. Tumor markers: These are markers present in blood or tissues in case of tumor and are used for diagnosis and follow up.


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