Students Name Professors Name Course Date Non-Hodgkin Mimicking as Pancreatic Carcinoma Abstract According to the Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) Cytology Report 19 cases associated with hematopoietic and metastatic neoplasms that involved radio graphically mimicking the primary pancreatic carcinoma were found as real and practical. The cases indicated 11% of 176 malignant diagnoses in a controlled series of 304 pancreatic FNAs. In this case the diagnoses of cytology comprised of 2 Hodgkin lymphomas 6 small cell carcinomas 7 non-Hodgkin lymphomas and finally 1hepatocellular carcinoma. Therefore the primary objective was the presentation of primary malignant disease. The process included the 5 lymphomas that included peripancreatic lymph nodes as well as the small cell of the metastatic carcinoma of the pulmonary origin. Throughout the process the recognition of rare morphologic features of the pancreatic carcinoma brought the possibility of existence for the extrapancreatic malignancies. In this case the immunocytochemistry and electron microscopy medical technology on healthcare today." Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine 8.6 (2015): 25-98. Peipei Cheang Steve Key Anju Verghese and Timothy J Havard. "Does the surgeon still have a role to play in the diagnosis and management of lymphomas?" World Journal of Surgical Oncology 6.8 (2008): 67-98. Robert Laumbach Qingyu Meng and Howard Kipen. "What can individuals do to reduce personal health risks from air pollution?" Journal of Thoracic Desease 1.7 (2010): 37-53. Singh Jhutan Chowdhury and K Romeo. "PRIMARY NON HODGKINS LYMPHOMA OF LIVER AND PANCREAS IN AN." International Journal of Recent Scientific Research 7.12 (2016): 14858-14860. Todd K. Rosengart Meredith C. Mason Scott A. LeMaire. "The seven attributes of the academic surgeon: Critical aspects of the archetype and contributions to the surgical community." The American Journal of Surgery 6.1 (2014): 112-117. Werder Matthew. "Health information technology: A key ingredient of." Patient Experience Journal 2.1 (2015): 98-145. [...]
1. Need to follow the exact format as written in case report example. 2. Maximum 6 pages 3. At least 10 to 15 references 4. Discussion is the most important part. Need to emphasize on: a. Radiological differences and specific features of pancreatic lymphoma and pancreatic carcinoma b. Role of Endoscopic guided biospy/cytology for diagnosis of lymphoma prior top surgery c. Main thing is how to address current problem as in professional way and not to find each others mistake. d. How clinical and radiological correlation can be done in this case so that can avoid unnecessary surgery and post surgical complication.