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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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Results: Out of 420 ovarian tumour cases, 250 (59.5%) were benign, 24 (5.7%) were borderline, and 146 (34.8%) were malignant.
There are 100 different types of brain tumours and not every tumour is cancerous.
In developing countries like India, due to lack of complete registration of newly diagnosed cases with local cancer registries, the exact tumour burden goes unnoticed and is underestimated.
Wilms tumour is the commonest solid tumour of childhood in Pakistan.
Overall surface epithelial tumour was the most common tumor.
Esthesioneuroblastoma: A general review of the cases published since the discovery of the tumour in 1924.
Thirty four out of 36 Granulosa cell tumours (32 out of 33 adult and 2 out 3 juvenile granulosa cell tumours), all cases of sertoli leydig cell tumours, three of fibroma/ thecoma cases and one case of microcystic stromal tumour.
Neurinoma of the facial nerve mimicking a parotid tumour. A case report.
Malignant parotid salivary gland peripheral nerve sheath tumour in a twelve-year-old girl.
The role of colour flow Doppler in the investigation of the salivary gland tumour. Clin Radiol 2000;55:759-62.