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The true nature of granular cell tumor has been a source of controversy since its recognition as an entity by Abrikossoff in 1926.
Atypical granular cell tumor of the larynx: An unusually aggressive tumor clinically and microscopically.
In conclusion, pituicytomas are a rare and unique type of glioma derived from pituicytes and distinct from other intrasellar neoplasms, including granular cell tumors and pilocytic astrocytomas.
However, to our knowledge there is only one previously reported case in the English language literature of granular cell tumor in the thyroid, that being in a girl receiving high-dose estrogen therapy to suppress abnormally tall stature.
Giant granular cell tumor of the suprasellar area: immunocytochemical and electron microscopy studies.
Sonographic and mammographic appearances of granular cell tumors of the breast with pathological correlation.
Multicentric granular cell tumor of the colon: report of a patient with 52 tumors.
We report a case of rare granular cell tumor (GCT) of the lung that occurred incidentally with infection by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Expression of calretinin and the alpha-subunit of inhibin in granular cell tumors.
Granular cell tumor (GCT) is a usually benign neoplasm of controversial Schwann cell origin.
Granular cell tumor is the most common benign, nonepithelial tumor occurring in the extrahepatic biliary ducts.
When she was 5 years old, she had been diagnosed with a granular cell tumor of the larynx; the tumor was excised, but she developed postoperative glottic scar tissue, which required multiple surgical treatments.
Eosinophilic cellular infiltrate in the gut must also be distinguished from granular cell tumor (GCT), which can arise anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract, with the esophagus and colon being the most common sites.
However, several other entities may be considered in the differential diagnosis: irritation fibroma, mucocele, granular cell tumor, tertiary syphilis, lingual thyroid (usually further posterior) and, in rare cases, squamous cell carcinoma.