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The cuboidal or columnar epithelial cells have a markedly acidophil cytoplasm and centrally located spherical nuclei when stained with H/E (Fig.
Away from the typhlosole, the mucosa consists of tall cuboidal acidophilic columnar epithelial cells with long cilia (Fig.
Histopathology demonstrated a large cyst lined by either papillary projections or a single layer of cuboidal cells with mild to moderate atypia and surrounding solid tumor nests with focal cribriform pattern [Figure 3a-c].
4 (A1 and A2) to consist mostly of cuboidal and rectanguloidal crystals, including a relatively small proportion of spheroidal crystal units.
In this subtype papillary structures normally replace the underlying alveolar spaces with complex branching papillae having true fibrovascular cores, lined by single or multiple layers of cuboidal to columnar glandular cells.
Caption: Figure 6: H and E stained section shows duct-like structures with an inner layer of cuboidal or columnar cells (x10)
Although crystal number varied from isolate to isolate, all showed the presence of bipyramidal, cuboidal, round coleopteran specific crystals.
(1) The neoplastic cells are cuboidal to columnar, with enlarged round to oval nuclei, and have eosinophilic to amphophilic cytoplasm (Figure 2, C).
The noninflamed cyst shows 2 to 3 cell layers of cuboidal to squamoid cells adjacent to fibrous connective tissue (figure 2), rarely showing ciliated, mucous, or sebaceous cells.
The duct portion had a narrow lumen and was lined by simple cuboidal epithelium.
As shown in Figure 16, cylindrical, cuboidal, and ellipsoidal samples of the same volume were placed in three directions.
The tumor was composed of uniform cuboidal or cylindrical cells with round to oval nuclei and a plasmacytoid morphology.
Microscopically, the neoplasm is composed of cohesive, uniform, cuboidal cells with minimal cytoplasm, arranged in nests and cribriform structures of variable size and shape, separated by moderate amount of fibrotic dense stroma (Figure 1).
The larger lesion had a papillary architecture lined by a single layer of nonciliated cuboidal to columnar cells with clear cytoplasm and bland nuclei (Figures 2 and 3).
Low-magnification microscopy confirmed the invasion of the submucosal layer (Figure 3), whereas at high-magnification microscopy revealed cuboidal tumor cells with round to irregular-shaped nuclei, a prominent nucleolus, and clear cytoplasm characteristic of GCED (Figure 4(a)).