A Retrospective Study on Evaluation of Bronchogenic Carcinoma by CT in a Tertiary Care Teaching Centre

  • Dinesh Kumar Singh Assistant Professor, Department of Radio diagnosis, Varun Arjun Medical College, Shahjahanpur
Keywords: Multi Detector Computed Tomography, Bronchogenic Carcinoma, Mortality

Abstract

Background: Bronchogenic carcinoma is most common cause of cancer-related mortality in the developed world with incidence rising in developing countries. MDCT is the modality of choice for evaluating the lung carcinomas.

Methods: In this study 53 total numbers of cases were involved. This study was conducted in department of Radiology.

Results: This study revealed that 47.2% cases of adenocarcinoma, 32.1% cases squamous cell carcinoma,15.1% cases small cell carcinoma & 5.6% cases large cell carcinoma.

Conclusions: This study concludes that in diagnosis of bronchogenic carcinoma, CT is a highly sensitive and specific test. Multi Detector Computed Tomography has a high positive predictive value.

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Published
2020-03-30
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Singh DK. A Retrospective Study on Evaluation of Bronchogenic Carcinoma by CT in a Tertiary Care Teaching Centre . Int Arch BioMed Clin Res [Internet]. 2020Mar.30 [cited 2020May28];6(1):RD4-RD6. Available from: http://iabcr.org/index.php/iabcr/article/view/555
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