Hepatic granuloma in Saudi Arabia: a clinicopathological study of 59 cases.

Abstract

The identification of hepatic granuloma (HG) as a histiocytic or epithelioid cell collection is generally an easy task for the pathologist. However, most workers agree that arriving at a specific etiologic diagnosis, based solely on the morphology of the granuloma, may prove quite a tedious exercise. Of 404 histologically reviewed liver biopsies from 404… (More)

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@article{Satti1990HepaticGI, title={Hepatic granuloma in Saudi Arabia: a clinicopathological study of 59 cases.}, author={Mohammed B Satti and Husien M Al-Freihi and E. M. Ibrahim and Abdulaziz S Abu-Melha and G al-Ghassab and Hassan Yousuf Al-Idrissi and Mohamad Omar Al-Sohaibani}, journal={The American journal of gastroenterology}, year={1990}, volume={85 6}, pages={669-74} }