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A clinicopathologic analysis of 88 lung resections of suspected metastatic carcinomas with proven primaries.
BACKGROUND The lung is the most common site for metastatic carcinomas. Very few studies have comprehensively analyzed all pulmonary resections for metastatic carcinomas. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ToExpand
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Primary primitive neuroectodermal tumor of the uterus: a case report with an unusual molecular pathology finding.
1. Kumar S, Kumar D, Cowan DF. Transitional cell carcinoma with rhabdoid features. Am J Surg Pathol 1992;16:515-21. 2. Parwani AV, Herawi M, Volmar K, Tsay SH, Epstein JI. Urothelial carcinoma withExpand
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Mesonephric adenocarcinoma (endometrioid type) of endocervix with diffuse mesonephric hyperplasia involving cervical wall and myometrium: an unusual case report.
Malignant mesonephric tumors are rare variants of cervical adenocarcinoma, derived from remnants of mesonephric ducts and are associated with mesonephric remnants and/or mesonephric hyperplasia. FewExpand
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Pelvic periprostatic symplastic leiomyoma: an unusual case necessitating a radical surgery.
Most pelvic smooth muscle tumors are believed to be malignant, leiomyomas are extremely rare; more so in male patients. Very few cases of symplastic leiomyomas have been described in males. We reportExpand
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Sinonasal Angioleiomyoma: A Rare Entity
The present case of angioleiomyoma of the nasal cavity in a 59-year-old male is unique, being the first case from North India and also because of its unique area of origin. The patient was referredExpand