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Congenital granular cell tumor (congenital epulis): a lesion of multidisciplinary interest.
Among these, mesenchymal tumors are extremely rare and often include smooth muscle tumors, gastrointestinal stromal tumors, granular cell tumors, Kaposi sarcoma, paragangliomas, and neural tumors.
Rhabdomyoma of larynx: Ultrastructural study and comparison with granular cell tumors (myoblastomas).
The differential diagnosis for laryngeal masses includes cysts, laryngoceles, and malignant neoplasms such as squamous cell carcinoma and rhabdomyosarcoma, as well as benign neoplasms such as hemangiomas, lipomas, amyloidomas, neurofibromas, granular cell tumors, leiomyomas, and rhabdomyomas.
The immunophenotype supported the diagnosis of a granular cell tumor.
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.
Glycogen is present in both ASPS and renal cell carcinoma but is absent in granular cell tumor and paraganglioma.
Granular cell tumor (GCT), described in 1926 by Abrikossoff, (1) was originally thought to be a muscle tumor and named granular cell myoblastoma.
The differential diagnosis includes rhabdomyosarcoma, nodular fasciitis, paraganglioma, granular cell tumor, myoepithelioma, ectomesenchymal chondromyxoid tumor, and aural polyp.
Granular cell tumor commonly affects head and neck regions but can occur in any anatomic site.
To the Editor: Here, we present a rare case whose medial rectus and optic nerve in the left eye are both affected by intraorbital granular cell tumor (GCT).
Peripheral nerve tumors that may manifest in oral cavity includes several differentials such as schwannoma (also known as neurilemmoma or peripheral nerve sheath tumor), neurofibroma, neurinoma in association with multiple endocrine neoplasia, palisaded encapsulated neurinoma, traumatic neuroma and granular cell tumor.
of Cases Lipoma 16 Fibrohistiocytic tumors 6 Haemangioma 3 Neurilemoma 3 Fibroma 3 Fibrolipoma 2 Neurofibroma 2 Lymphangioma 1 Granular cell tumor 1 Total 37 Table 5: Showing distribution of malignant soft tissue tumors in order of frequency Malignant Tumor Total no.