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Although a consensus protocol has yet to be established, it is recommended that follow-up endoscopy should not be delayed for too long after an incomplete gastric carcinoid tumor resection.
Riquet, "Cushing's syndrome secondary to bronchopulmonar-y carcinoid tumor: report of two cases and literature review," Lung Cancer, vol.
There is strong evidence that DIPNECH leads to carcinogenesis in case of pulmonary carcinoid tumors, so suggestions were made to alter the classification of pulmonary neuroendocrine tumors by dividing them in two groups, one consisting of typical and atypical carcinoids as low-grade malignancies of the lung originating from DIPNECH and the other, containing the high-grade malignant neoplasms, like the small-cell carcinoma and the large-cell neuroendocrine carcinoma of the lung [2-5].
Octreotide scan was also performed looking for a carcinoid tumor. This was again negative.
Based on the morphologic appearance, the main differential included pituitary adenoma versus metastatic carcinoid tumor. Immunohistochemical stains (Fig.
The tumor in our case was diagnosed as PPP due to the observation of a diffuse zellballen pattern throughout the tumor, the absence of classic carcinoid tumor architecture, the presence of distinctive cytoplasmic vacuoles, a negative immunohistochemical staining for cytokeratin.
Horseshoe kidney is associated with an increased relative risk of primary renal carcinoid tumor. J Urol 1997; 157: 2059-66.
An ectopic ACTH-producing carcinoid tumor localized by the measurement of ACTH in the bronchial lavage.
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Quinn et al (23) studied 12 cases of such borderline tumors and found that those tumors have more in common with the carcinoid tumor group than LCNECs.
Clinical presentation Site of tumor Publication Coronary vasospasm Liver metastases of [16, 17] unknown origin Carcinoid tumor, [18] originated from ileum Systemic vasoconstriction Pulmonary NET [19] Catecholamine producing Ileal NET [20] GEP NET with diffuse [21] liver metastases Table 3: Hormone levels in blood and urine.