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tumour

(US), tumor
Pathol
a. any abnormal swelling
b. a mass of tissue formed by a new growth of cells, normally independent of the surrounding structures
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Conclusion: The frequency of ovarian tumours was found to be quite high among women of Rawalpindi-Islamabad region.
There are 100 different types of brain tumours and not every tumour is cancerous.
The aim of this article is to give an overview of the burden of CNS tumours in different age groups in our region and to study the major histologic subtypes of brain tumours.
Malignant tumours of the minor salivary glands in northern Pakistan: a clinicopathological study 2008;1: 90-3.
Histopathological profile of ovarian tumours: A twelve year institutional experience.
Germ cell tumours confined to the supra-clavicular fossa: A report of two cases.
Some chemicals that cause tumours of the kidney or urinary bladder in rodents and some other substances.
Malignant solid tumours constitute a major cause of morbidity and mortality in children and comprise about half of all childhood malignancies.1 Wilms tumour (WT), the fifth most common paediatric malignancy, is diagnosed in approximately 500 children each year in the United States.2,3 There is no National tumour registry in Pakistan.
Of all ovarian tumours only 2.0% (3/148) were Brenner's tumors which were benign.
Tumours are the most common type of lesion encountered in the ovary.
In: Evans' Histological Appearances of Tumours (Ashley DJB, ed).
This descriptive study was carried out at Pathology Department, Shifa International Hospital from 2007 to 2016; all sex cord stromal tumours diagnosed during this time period were included.