RADIODIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY FOR DIAGNOSIS OF GALL BLADDER CARCINOMA

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  • Durgesh Singh1, Neha Gupta,2 Mohamad Arshad3, Shashi Prabha Singh,4*Anuj malik5, Vinay kumar6 Author

Abstract

Diagnosing and treating gallbladder cancer generally requires the use of USG and CT scans. It was determined that USG and CT scans are equally effective in the detection of gallbladder cancer in this investigation.

Materials & Methods: Over the course of two years, from July 2020 to 2021, researchers from the department of Anatomy SMMH Government Medical College Saharanpur U.P. India, performed this cross-sectional observational study. A total of 42 patients (aged 40 to 80) were selected based on signs and symptoms of gallbladder cancer and given a USG and CT scan to determine the degree of the disease and its operability. It was necessary to send the surgical specimens to a histology lab for examination after the procedure. Kappa statistics were used to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of USG and CT scans to histopathology.

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2024-01-22

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RADIODIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY FOR DIAGNOSIS OF GALL BLADDER CARCINOMA. (2024). Neuropsychopharmacologia Hungarica, 22(1), 88-99. http://neuropsychopharmacologiahungarica.com/index.php/NPPH/article/view/8