F. Morawetz

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Quantitative as well as qualitative cellular parameters were investigated in 20 cases of reactive mesothelial proliferations and 40 cases of primary pleural mesotheliomas. The two groups showed statistically significant differences in the nuclear areas, cytoplasmic areas and standard deviations. In the mesotheliomas, the mean nuclear area and the mean(More)
Cells exfoliated from primary pleural mesotheliomas differ significantly from those from primary peritoneal tumors. In a quantitative study, it was shown that the pleural cells have larger nuclei, a more pronounced anisokaryosis and a higher nuclear-cytoplasmic ratio and, therefore, appear more malignant than the peritoneal cells, which have abundant(More)