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Abstract

CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF LUNG LESIONS IN A SAMPLE OF IRAQI PATIENTS

Aisha O. Jasim*, Alaa Gh. H. Mubarak and Ban J. Qasim

ABSTRACT

Background: Diseases of the lung can be classified into four general categories: obstructive lung disease;restrictive lung disease; infectious disease; and neoplastic disease. In Iraq lung cancer was the second mostcommonly diagnosed cancer and was the second leading cause of cancer death in both sexes combined.Objective: The aim of this study is to assess the correlation between histopathological diagnosis (benign andmalignant lesions) and different clinico-pathological parameters (Age, sex, lesion site, type of surgicalintervention, gross features, grade, pathological stage and lymph node status) in this study. Methods: Aretrospective study including analysis of 97 randomly selected patients have lung lesions collected from TeachingLaboratories of Ghazi Al-Harriri teaching hospital, from 2020 to 2023. Results: Lung lesions found to be morefrequent in male (62.9%), (60-69) year is the most frequent age group, benign lesions constitutes (38.1%),malignant lesions (61.9%), bronchiectasis is the most common benign lesion (37.8%), female: male ratio 1:1.3,most common age group (20-29)(18.9%), most common site is left lower lobe (29.7%), adenocarcinoma is themost common lung cancer (45%), female: male ratio 1:2, most frequent age group (60-69) (40%), most commonsite is right upper lobe (26.7%), most common grade is poorly differentiated (51.2%) and most common stage isT2aN0. Conclusion: Most of the cases were between 60-69 years old and female: male ratio was 1:1.6;bronchiectasis is most frequent encountered benign lung lesion, adenocarcinoma is most common malignantcancer and most frequent pathological stage is T2aN0.

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