This case report highlights the need to maintain a high index of suspicion for carcinomatous
meningitis in patients with a history of cancer who present with neurologic deficits.
However, in the state of spontaneous carcinomatous
bladder rupture, the patient's condition usually does not allow an appropriate radical procedure.
1,2) Neuroradiological findings of metastatic lesions include lepto men ingeal involvement and carcinomatous
meningitis,3 miliary cerebral metastases, (4) and larger single or multiple densities, some with central necrosis, with or without hemorrhagic transformation.
0%), the pure form of this tumor was reported; in the remaining half, the giant-cell tumor component was admixed with a clearly identifiable carcinomatous
element--usually salivary duct carcinoma and less frequently carcinoma ex pleomorphic adenoma.
Correlation of body segmental temperature and its relation to the location of carcinomatous
metastasis: Clinical observations and response to methods of refrigeration.
The percentage of stromal cells varies as a function of the tumor type (being higher in carcinomatous
fibrosis of the breast; however, our series did not contain such tumors).
In some carcinomatous
areas, the invasive glands and papillae were admixed with and often merged with a distinct proliferation of spindled, fusiform, and epithelioid cells with scant eosinophilic cytoplasm that were embedded within a hyalinized, collagenous stroma, which imparted a corded pattern reminiscent of that seen in sex cord-stromal tumors (Figure 1, A, top right, and C).
29] The presence of both a carcinomatous
and sarcomatous component in the bladder is termed a carcinosarcoma.
Other entities such as benign perimesencephalic SAH, (29,30) cerebral venous thrombosis, (31) basal infectious/ inflammatory and carcinomatous
meningitis, diffuse cerebral edema, (32) and recent intrathecal contrast examination may mimic aneurysmal SAH on noncontrast CT (Figure 7).
Immunohistochemical study revealed intense immunoreactivity to cytokeratin in the carcinomatous
areas and to vimentin in the sarcomatous areas.
18) Whereas 50% of carcinomas and sarcomas metastatic to muscle occur in the lower extremity, a higher percentage of upper extremity carcinomatous
metastases (26%) have been reported than soft tissue sarcomas (10%).
Intracystic carcinoma of the breast (ICB) is distinguished from cystic degeneration, which is caused by central necrosis of the tumor or carcinomatous
invasion into benign microcystic diseases or gross cystic breast disease .
A Clinical and Pathological Study of the Carcinomatous
Gastric Ulcer With Particular Reference to Grading of Malignancy [PhD thesis].
The changing phenotypic appearance of a malignant vulval neoplasm containing both carcinomatous
and sarcomatous elements.
The radiologic appearance suggested chronic meningitis, carcinomatous
meningitis, or meningioma; the initial histopathologic impression was also that of a lymphoma.