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the branch of biology that studies the structure and function of cells

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Histologically, UCIS is defined by the presence of cytologically malignant cells confined to the urothelial mucosa.
In the neck region, cytologically malignant LNs were predominantly heterogeneous and hypoechoic (33/37).
The B chromosome may be cytologically identified as the smallest chromosome in addition to the normal karyotype, and has a size slightly larger than half of the smallest A complement, chromosome 10 (Carlson and Rosemon, 1992).
Sentinel lymph node biopsy after neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with cytologically proven node-positive breast cancer at diagnosis.
2%) lesions were cytologically positive and showed a good diagnostic concordance between histopathological (gold standard) and cytopathological methods.
Here, we present cytology and histopathology of two cases of malignant phyllodes tumour; one presenting with squamous differentiation and chondrosarcomatous area which was diagnosed as benign phyllodes tumour with metaplastic squamous cells and another with extremely rare granular change in the stromal component, which could not be diagnosed cytologically and reported as inconclusive for opinion.
Thyroglossal duct cysts that do not contain cholesterol crystals and squamous cells in the smear are not cytologically different from colloidal-cystic nodules of the thyroid gland.
Aggressive fibromatosis (AF) or extra-abdominal desmoid tumours are rare tumours of fibroblastic origin involving the proliferation of cytologically benign fibrocytes.
Histologic sections demonstrated cytologically bland brown fat cells with abundant granular cytoplasm identical to the preoperative biopsy (Figure 5).
We now know that about 20% of cytologically benign thyroid nodules will grow," said Dr.
In well-differentiated adenocarcinoma, the glandular structures are usually seen cytologically without solid cores of pseudocyst material and the cells are usually larger and the cytoplasm more prominent than in ACC.
In WP2 I will characterise these mutants cytologically, genetically and by complementation to understand how the mutations affect recombination.
Dogs were monitored clinically and cytologically at weekly intervals.
Aerobic and anaerobic cultures and acid-fast bacilli (AFB) stains of aspirated samples were negative, and cytologically the samples were identified as mixed-cell inflammation.
Haemangiopericytoma is characterised microscopically by a solid proliferation of oval to spindle-shaped cells that appear cytologically bland, often with vascular arcades interspersed.