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Preneoplastic Lesions

INTRODUCTION

It is now well established that precancerous lesions of cervix and invasive carcinoma of cervix are a continuum of one disease process. It is possible to prevent deaths resulting from cervical cancer by early diagnosis and management of precursor lesions. Early diagnosis of preneoplastic lesions was ushered in as early as 1950s by the use of smear examination

online trainings in Pathology

Digiscan has taken one more step forward in its commitment to on line pathology teaching .It is well known  that there is a shortage of study materials

ONLINE PATHOLOGY COACHING CLASSES

In this age of online teaching , pathologists or oral pathologists willing to charter a new path in teaching online histopathology to pathology and oral pathology post graduate students either in the institutions or as a private

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