Axillary hyperhidrosis, apocrine
bromhidrosis, hidradenitis suppurativa, and familial benign pemphigus: surgical approach.
1 0 Vesicular nuclei (d) Multiple nucleoli (d) Commet cells (d) Signet ring cells (d) Apocrine
cells (d) Criteria Malignant (c) Specificity% PPV% (b) Architectural criteria Loosely cohesive clusters 96.
secretion involves the loss of the part of the apical cytoplasm in the process of releasing secretory vesicles (Terra & Ferreira 2012).
Pleomorphic lobular carcinoma should be also distinguished from apocrine
carcinoma owing to their similar cytologic features and expression of GCDFP-15 and androgen receptors.
Nasolabial cyst: Report of a case with extensive apocrine
People with darker complexion have a more active Apocrine
sweat gland and when it interacts with the bacteria it produces this kind of odor.
On a deer's forehead are large numbers of "tubular apocrine
sudoriferous" (scent glands).
A skin clinic notes that one of the sweat glands, called Apocrine
glands, are found mainly in the armpits and near the anus.
The reason for this is that we have two kinds of sweat glands in our body--eccrine (EK-rin) glands, which work at all ages, and apocrine
(AP-uh-crin) glands, which don't do much until a person reaches puberty.
Several terms, including mucus cyst of the penis, genitoperineal cyst of the medium raphe, parameatal cyst, hydrocystoma and apocrine
cystadenoma of the penile shaft, should be considered synonymous.
The book is organized by type of proliferation of the lesions: ductal, apocrine
, mucinous and lobular.
The less numerous apocrine
sweat glands form around hair follicles and are the ones responsible for the stench.
sweat glands are responsible for the 'smelly' sweat but this is also part of your unique individual odour and ironically although you may worry about it, this is what attracts potential mates to you through the release of pheromones.
Some ductal cells will display apocrine
metaplasia (see Figure 2).
The final histopathologic diagnosis was metaplastic carcinoma with a predominant osteosarcomatous differentiation (>99% of the tumor volume) (Figure 9) and minor components of poorly differentiated infiltrating ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified (Elston Score = 8), and high-grade intraductal carcinoma, cribriform-type with apocrine
features (Figure 10).