Adamantinoma. A case report with aspiration cytology and differential diagnostic and immunohistochemical considerations.

Abstract

Fine needle aspiration biopsy of bone lesions is routinely used in the metastatic workup of patients with radiographically suspicious areas. However, caution must be used when interpreting smears from aspirates performed on primary bone neoplasms. These tumors are often heterogeneous, and problems with sampling may be encountered. We report a case of a 25… (More)

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