papillary carcinoma


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Related to papillary carcinoma: Papillary Renal Cell Carcinoma, follicular carcinoma
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pap·il·lar·y car·ci·no·ma

n. carcinoma papilar, tumor de la tiroides caracterizado por tener varias tumoraciones en forma de dedos.
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In this study, the majority of thyroid neoplastic lesions were found to be follicular neoplasm, followed by papillary carcinoma thyroid.
Histologic analysis after a Sistrunk procedure revealed a small focus of papillary carcinoma within the TGDC.
10 Histopathological evaluation showed 29 tumours; 21 were chromophil basophilic papillary carcinoma; 5 were clear cell RCC; and 1 was chromophil eosinophilic papillary carcinoma.
8] Small cell RCC is classified into 3 main cellular types: (1) clear cell carcinoma (78%), (2) papillary carcinoma (15.
On repeat FNA, 6 of these 24 patients (25%) were found to have papillary carcinoma.
On repeat biopsies, 6 of the 24 patients (25%) were found to have papillary carcinoma.
Numerous clinical studies demonstrated an association of BRAF mutation with aggressive clinicopathological outcomes, including tumour invasion, metastasis, and recurrence of Papillary carcinoma thyroid.
She highlights essential morphologic and immunohistochemical features of intraductal papilloma (IDP) (central and peripheral), atypical IDP, IDP with DCIS, papillary DCIS, papillary carcinoma, and solid papillary carcinoma.
35] Of the 268 malignant lesions, most common diagnosis was infiltrating duct carcinoma (N = 229), followed by medullary carcinoma (N = 2) and mucinous carcinoma, infiltrating lobular carcinoma, sarcomatoid carcinoma, invasive papillary carcinoma, and secretory carcinoma with one case each [Table 3].
Ectopic thyroid tissue within a branchial cleft cyst is rare, and a papillary carcinoma arising from this tissue is extremely rare.
12 The cytologic characteristic of papillary carcinoma is typical but a follicular carcinoma cannot be diagnosed on FNAC.
HPE diagnosis revealed that the most common lesion was colloid nodule (35%) followed by nodular goitre (32%), benign follicular adenoma (15%); 8 out of 32 NG cases were showing adenomatous hyperplasia; 13% of cases were papillary carcinoma and 1 case was reported as marginal B cell lymphoma.