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the branch of biology that studies the structure and function of cells

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A combination-therapy expansion cohort with 30 patients with metastatic CRPC who have histologically or cytologically confirmed adenocarcinoma of the prostate after prior treatment with one NHT for CSPC or metastatic CRPC are being added.
IIIA1: Positive retroperitoneal lymph nodes only (Cytologically or histologically proven):
During the period of one year from September' 2014 to August' 2015, eighty two dogs cases were found cytologically positive for Babesia infection making the occurance rate of canine babesiosis 32.80 percent in dogs.
Caption: Figure 3: Frequencies of Tregs within all lymphocytes and [CD4.sup.+] and [CD4.sup.+][CD25.sup.+] cells in three cytologically determined groups of pleural effusions: malignant effusions with malignant cells (I), malignant effusions without malignant cells (II), and nonmalignant pleural effusions (III).
In the neck region, cytologically malignant LNs were predominantly heterogeneous and hypoechoic (33/37).
The B chromosome may be cytologically identified as the smallest chromosome in addition to the normal karyotype, and has a size slightly larger than half of the smallest A complement, chromosome 10 (Carlson and Rosemon, 1992).
Ten-year outcomes of patients with breast cancer with cytologically confirmed axillary lymph node metastases and pathologic complete response after primary systemic chemotherapy.
Out of 147 cases diagnosed as nonneoplastic lesion: 7 were fibroepithelial polyp, 69 were leukoplakia, 17 were erythroleukoplakia, 18 were verrucous leukoplakia, 3 were oral tuberculosis, 1 was pemphigus, and 32 were inflammatory lesions, however, 3 (2.0%) cases were cytologically class 3 or given as suspicious smear (FP).
The proposed uses for NGS for thyroid FNA samples include diagnosis of cytologically indeterminate thyroid nodules, prognostication in thyroid cancer and to inform selection of targeted therapies (14).
The diagnosis was made following histological examination of the specimen which demonstrated cytologically bland spindle cells in hypercellular Antoni A and hypocellular Antoni B patterns (Figure 1).
Aspirate smears from thyroid and parotid masses appeared similar, composed of poorly differentiated cytologically malignant cells present in dyshesive groups and singly, having enlarged, vesicular nuclei with a thin rim of inconspicuous cytoplasm (Figures 2(a), 2(b), and 2(c)).
Masawa, "Lymph node lesion in infectious mononucleosis showing geographic necrosis containing cytologically atypically B-cells.
SC has been most commonly misclassified as ACCi due to overlapping histologic features in both tumor types that include cytologically bland cells with granular cytoplasm and multiple architectural patterns comprising of solid, follicular, microcystic, and papillary-cystic growth.
Cytologically, it shows hypercellularity and haphazard cellular arrangement with cell population mainly composed of spindle, epithelioid, plasmacytoid and clear cells (10).
Breast cancers have been graded cytologically on FNA in West 6,7 but not in our set up.