Duct-acinar-islet cell tumor of the pancreas.


Two cases of pancreatic tumor consisting of duct, acinar, and islet components are reported. Both tumors measured about 1.0 cm in diameter and were without definite fibrous encapsulation. Histologic, immunocytochemical, and electron microscopic studies revealed three distinct cell populations: duct, acinar, and islet cells. Both endocrine and exocrine… (More)


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