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Inventi Impact - Infectious Diseases & Immunology
(Formerly Inventi Rapid/Impact: Infection)

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  • Inventi:hif/14564/14
    UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE OF STOMACH TUMOUR (GASTRINOMA) IN GOLD SPOT MULLET (LIZA PARSIA) FROM SOUTH EAST COAST OF INDIA
    R Vijayakumar, K Raja, A Gopalakrishnan*

    Stomach tumour in gold-spot mullet (Liza parsia) was recorded in India for the first time. The visceral organs like, intestine, spleen, liver and ovaries were entirely fused by tumour tissue. The tumour weight was 97.6 g, length and width was 7.9 cm and 4.2 cm respectively, ovary not mature, eggs were absent, liquid content present in the entire ovary. The histopathology has been evidence of stomach tumour. It occurred small granular cells in tissues, which was totally differed from normal stomach tissue additionally the granular cells occurred in intestinal tissue. Mass of hepatocytic cells present in liver tissue. The tumour was diagnosed as gastrinoma with unknown etiology.

    How to Cite this Article
    R Vijayakumar, K Raja, A Gopalakrishnan. Unusual Occurrence of Stomach Tumour (Gastrinoma) in Gold Spot Mullet (Liza parsia) from South East Coast of India. Inventi Impact: Infection, 2015(1):3-5, 2015.
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