The tumor typically has a multilobular
growth pattern, in which the neoplastic cells are interconnected with each other to form cords, chains, or clusters (Figure 11, A and B).
8% of tumors; b) multilobular
, which includes many lobules that are not completely separated by the bony septum and accounts for 22.
The tumor is more distinctive on histological examination, featuring a superficial, multilobular
, plate-like proliferation with broad connections to the overlying epidermis, well-defined borders, and sebaceous differentiation with characteristic mature sebocytes arranged in small clusters or single cells in the deep portions and periphery of the tumor (1-6, 7, 9, 12).
The avian thymus gland is a bilateral, palepinkish, multilobular
structure situated on each side of the neck close to the jugular vein.
Rectal palpation showed a hardened multilobular
mass in the anatomical location of the uterus.
It occurs in sexually mature dogs with no breed or sex predilection and may be presented as single or multiple, nodular, pedunculated, multilobular
or cauliflower like, firm or friable, raw granulation tissue like bleeding mass (Kahn, 2010).
34) They are typically rounded or multilobular
in shape and are often associated with tendon sheaths or joint capsules.
Well differentiated liposarcoma usually large multilobular
and confused with lipoma except large size and numerous thick septa, gelatinous zones or punctate hemorrhage.
During necropsy, gross uterine examination revealed a firm, multilobular
, well vascularized tumoural mass with 15.
Omphalocele associated with a large multilobular
umbilical cord pseudocyst.
lesion was seen originating from the superficial lobe of the parotid gland; the lesion was excised (figure 2).
She had presented recently at a local hospital with a history of progressive shortness of breath, and had received treatment for atypical, multilobular