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Unusual cutaneous carcinoma with features of small cell (oat cell-like) and squamous cell carcinomas. A variant of malignant Merkel cell neoplasm.
It is suggested that small cell carcinoma of the skin represents a poorly differentiated counterpart of trabecular carcinoma and the spectrum of malignant Merkel cell neoplasm is, therefore, expanding. Expand
Benign spindle cell breast tumor
A distinctive, benign, spindle cell tumor of the breast is described, which has all been clinically benign, and their recognition as such is important. Expand
Myxoid adrenal cortical carcinoma: a light and electron microscopic study.
An adrenal cortical carcinoma demonstrating a peculiar myxoid background similar to that of a myxoma was found in a 41-year-old woman who also had parathyroid hyperplasia and clinical evidence of a pituitary tumor, which suggests the possibility of an unusual multiple endocrine syndrome. Expand
Nuclear localization of E-cadherin expression in Merkel cell carcinoma.
The findings suggest that E-cadherin expression and function are altered in Merkel cell carcinoma, and this finding has potential use in the differential diagnosis of these tumors. Expand
Adrenocortical neoplasms. Prognosis and morphology.
Histopathologic changes of architectural disarray, pleomorphism, increased mitotic activity, vascular invasion, hemorrhage, or necrosis were generally reliable criteria for diagnosis of malignancy, but weight was the parameter that most consistently correlated with outcome. Expand
Dermoid cysts of the floor of the mouth and lateral neck
The importance of recognizing and excising any tract leading from such cysts to the midline mandible or hyoid, in order to avoid a recurrence, is stressed, since these tracts may be epithelialized. Expand
Trabecular carcinoma of the skin: further clinicopathologic and ultrastructural study.
  • C. Tang, C. Toker
  • Medicine
  • The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York
  • 1 September 1979
Glomangioma of the lung
The occurrence of a glomangioma in the lung may indicate the existence of pulmonary glomera and the differential diagnosis between the tumor and other unusual tumors is discussed. Expand
Müllerian adenosarcoma of the uterine cervix.
A tumor of the uterine cervix that was composed of histologically benign glandular epithelium and a malignant stromal component justifies the term müllerian adenosarcoma, and the patient exhibited no evidence of disease one year after surgery. Expand
Nonlactational breast infection.
A mammillary sinus or fistula was demonstrable in virtually every instance and the key to preventing recurrence is demonstrating and either removing or unroofing the sinus tract. Expand