A rare case of Primary carcinoid
arising from a Mature teratoma was reported (Figure 5).
2,4) It has been shown that mASH1 antibody (nuclear staining), which cross-reacts with hASH1, can help discriminate carcinoids
from HGNECs in various neoplastic sites.
tumors are rare, they are the most common form of gut neuroendocrine tumors.
Neuroendocrine neoplasms of the larynx encompass five separate tumors: paraganglioma, typical carcinoid
, atypical carcinoid
, small cell carcinoma, and large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma.
are most common (~50%) of all neuroendocrine tumours.
The reported incidence of carcinoids
in several studies ranges from 0.
Given the location of the tumor and concomitant vasomotor symptoms, the diagnosis of carcinoid
syndrome was entertained.
may occasionally present with symptoms of carcinoid
syndrome (flushing, tachycardia, and diarrhea).
tumour of the testis can be divided into 3 groups: primary carcinoid
tumour, metastasis from a different location, and carcinoid
tumour arising in a testicular teratoma.
Octreotide scan was also performed looking for a carcinoid
tumors: What should increase our suspicion?
are neuroendocrine tumours derived from enterochromaffin cells most commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract (65% of cases) with an annual incidence of approximately two per 100,000 cases.
9 In patients with goblet cell carcinoids
relative indications that may favour further surgery are:
Late results of sleeve resection for typical bronchial carcinoids
Differential diagnosis between carcinoid
tumors including bronchial carcinoids
and paraganglioma is difficult as they may show similar appearance.