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Out of these 9 cases, three had more than 50% granular cells.
Soares, "Multiple congenital granular cell epulis: case report and immunohistochemical profile with emphasis on vascularization," Reports in Dentistry, vol.
As it is observed, AdipoR1 immunoreactivity is found in periglomerular (b), mitral (c), and granular cell layers (d).
Thus, neuronal activation in the granular cell layer of the dentate gyrus has been studied by the expression of IEGs including Arc, c-Fos, or zif268 (i.e., [11-19]).
Granular cell tumor commonly affects head and neck regions but can occur in any anatomic site.
While they are classified according to the histopathological variants as follicular, plexiform, acanthomatous and granular cell types, followed by basal cell ameloblastoma, desmoplastic and clear cell variants, which are the uncommon forms of ameloblastoma according to its histological picture.5 These categories of ameloblastoma are put into different categories on the basis of age when presented site, clinical behaviour and radiographic features and prognosis.6 Peripheral ameloblastoma are formed outside the bone and are slow growing pedunculated or sessile mass with no involvement of the underlying bone and appears on the gingiva and alveolar mucosa and intraosseous ameloblastoma arise in the jaw bone.7
There are histological variations (clear cell, epithelioid, granular cell, and myxoid changes) and secondary degenerative changes (hyaline degeneration, cystic change, myxoid degeneration, infection, necrosis, and calcification) in leiomyoma of the oral cavity and head and neck region.
Preoperative differential diagnosis includes cysts, benign tumors (i.e., hemangioma, lipoma, neurofibroma, and granular cell tumor), and malignant neoplasms (i.e., squamous cell carcinoma and rhabdomyosarcoma).
Granular cell tumor (GCT) is a rare lesion of Schwann cell origin which frequently occurs in the upper aerodigestive tract but can potentially affect all parts of the body, including the skin.
They described an inflammatory and psoriasiform appearance histopathologically, including areas of parakeratosis with loss of the granular cell layer and orthokeratosis with a prominent granular layer with a sharp demarcation.
in 1952 [1], although several cases might have been previously reported under various entities of pathological diagnosis such as "malignant myoblastoma" and "malignant granular cell myoblastoma" [2].
Granular Cell Tumor (GCT) is a usually benign neoplasm that is most often found in the head and neck region, usually in the oropharynx.