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a.1.Same as Papillose.
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Ectatic abundant vessels were observed at the entire thickness of the papillar and reticular dermis.
Our study indicated that the prevalence of TNBC was 11.7%, which was in concordance with the results of previous international studies, which showed that TNBC accounts for 10-24%% of all breast cancer cases.9 The majority of TNBC were invasive ductal carcinoma, NST accounting for 85% of cases, which parallels other repor ts.9,27 On the other hand, other mor phologic subt ypes of TNBC, including medullar y, metaplatic, lobular, encapsulated papillar y and mixed duc tal lobular collec tively, accounted for 15%.
Histopathologic findings of PLGs and characteristics of patients Type Female Male Benign Cholesterol polyp 6 (46.15) 7 (53.84) Cholesterolosis 13 (56.52) 10 (43.47) Papillar adenoma 1 (50) 1 (50) Gastric metaplasia 2 (66.6) 1 (33.33) Epitelial hiperplasia 1 (25) 3 (75) Malignant PLGs: Polypoid lesions of the gallbladder Datas are presented as n (%).
Based on these anatomopathological findings, papillar adenoma of the gallbladder was diagnosed.
Filonenko, "Identification of tumor-associated antigens in human thyroid papillar carcinoma," Biopolymers & Cell, vol.