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Highlights of Current Issue    January-March  2020  | Vol 63 | Issue 1

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From Editor's desk
Ranjan Agrawal
Dear Readers, Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2020. As we move ahead, we take along with us a basket of unaccomplished work and sweet–sour memories from the past. IJPM has mov...
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Guest Editorial
Use of smooth muscle markers is better than the endothelial cell markers for identification of tumor venous invasion and extramural tumor deposits in gastrointestinal tract tumors
Prasenjit Das, Vandana Baloda
Tumor invasion into the endothelial-lined spaces (lymphatics and medium/large veins) is a poor prognostic marker in various malignancies. As per the AJCC tumor-node-metastasis (TNM) staging system (...
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Editorial Insight
Predatory publishing on the rise
Ranjan Agrawal
Dear Readers, The present write-up intends to provide an insight to the readers about the predatory journals and various harmful effects by submitting articles in these journals. The main purpose o...
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Original Article
Molecular mechanisms of tobacco induced oral and oropharyngeal cancer: Results of a tissue microarray and immunohistochemistry-based study from a tertiary cancer center in India
Arjun Agarwal, Cheena Garg, MS Ganesh, Sreekanth Reddy
Background: It is well established that chronic exposure to tobacco induces head and neck cancers but the exact etiopathogenesis is not known. Though studies have shown expression of TIMP1, E...
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A special issue on "Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary Pathology" of IJPM apart from the regular 4 issues is planned. This issue would feature all the articles as included in the regular issues.
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You are requested to send your valuable manuscript on any of these topics. The submission portal will remain the same as presently. Articles pertaining to the above topics accepted for publication till 31 August 2020 would be considered for the Special Issue.
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