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B, Granular cell tumor demonstrates large cells with small nuclei and abundant granular cytoplasm.
Oculomotor disturbances due to granular cell tumor.
Granular cell tumor of the oral cavity; a case series including a case.
Malignant Granular Cell Tumor of Soft Tissue: Diagnostic Criteria and Clinicopathologic Correlation.
Granular cell tumor of the breast: a series of 17 cases and review of the literature.
Prenatal diagnosis of a rare gingival granular cell tumor of the fetal mouth.
2,8) After the complete removal of the tumor, microscopic examination demonstrated a granular cell tumor which had nuclear reactivity as well as fine cytoplasmic staining according to S100 immunostaining, suggesting an adult form of the GCT.
Granular cell tumor of the oral cavity: updated immunohistochemical profile.
Biopsies revealed granular cell tumor (GCT) with immunohistochemical stain positive for S-100.
Granular cell tumor (GCT) of neurohypophysis was first reported by Boyce and Beadles in 1983.
1 Dysgerminoma 1/5 20 Endodermal sinus carcinoma 0/3 0 Endometrioid 0/3 0 Mucinous 0/4 0 Granular cell tumor 0/2 0 Pancreatic tumors (n = 92) Neuroendocrine tumors 2/46 4.
premalignant (Solar keratosis, arsenical keratosis, Bowen's disease) or malignant (Squamous cell carcinoma, rarely, basal cell carcinoma, metastatic renal carcinoma, granular cell tumor, sebaceous carcinoma or Kaposi's sarcoma.
4,5,6) This report documents a fourth case of vulvar granular cell tumor from the state of Louisiana.
This report reviews the literature regarding GCT and presents this unusual case of granular cell tumor co-occurring with active tuberculosis.
The report concludes with a case study which is based on pulmonary malignant granular cell tumor (MGCT) - an uncommon, usually benign neoplasm.