Kaplan-Meier analyses for omental involvement and papillary tumor
patterns are indicated in Figures 2 and 3, respectively.
The non-CR rate was 55.3% (95% CI, 45.2-65.1) (n=57/103) at three months, and patients had either persistent disease (CIS +/- papillary tumor
), NMIBC stage progression (CIS +/- high-grade Ta at baseline to T1 disease) or extravesical disease.
It was used to be called adnexal papillary tumor
of probable mesonephric origin.
Caption: Figure 3: Papillary tumor
fronds floating within a mucinous background (200x, H&E stain).
Per-operative freeze-microscopy showed inflammation, whereas subsequent formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded microscopy of the resected tumor showed a mostly cystic, partially papillary tumor
invading and destroying adjacent bony tissue structures (Figure 2).
Numerous terms have been used for this entity, describing its clinical presentation and histologic features, e.g., occult sclerosing carcinoma, nonencapsulated sclerosing tumor, occult papillary tumor
, and small papillary carcinoma (4-6).
Endolymphatic sac tumor (aggressive papillary tumor
of middle ear and temporal bone): Sine qua non radiology-pathology and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center experience.
Digital rectal examination revealed a hard nodule in the left lobe of the prostate, and cystoscopy revealed a papillary tumor
in the prostatic urethra.
These include solid cystic tumor, papillary cystic neoplasm, papillary cystic tumor, papillary epithelial neoplasia, solid and papillary epithelial neoplasia, papillary epithelial tumor, Frantz's tumor, solid and papillary tumor
, solid-cystic-papillary epithelial neoplasm, benign or malignant papillary tumor
of the pancreas, and adenocarcinoma of the pancreas in childhood.
Solid pseudopapillary tumor was first described as a "papillary tumor
of the pancreas, benign or malignant" by Franz (1) in 1959.
Strasberg, "Downsizing to resectabilty of a large solid and cystic papillary tumor
of the pancreas by single-agent chemotherapy," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
(6), (7) If CIS is associated with T1 papillary tumor
of the bladder, the progression rate increases to 80% for cases treated by resection only (TURBT).