Pseudobenign prostate carcinomas: causes of false-negative biopsy results.

@article{Dema2011PseudobenignPC,
  title={Pseudobenign prostate carcinomas: causes of false-negative biopsy results.},
  author={Alis Liliana Carmen Dema and Sorina M. Taban and Elena E Lazar and Angela Borda and Codruta D. Lazureanu and Diana Herman and Anca Maria Mureşan and Mărioara Cornianu and Denisa Anderco and Andrada Loghin},
  journal={Romanian journal of morphology and embryology = Revue roumaine de morphologie et embryologie},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 3 Suppl},
  pages={
          963-74
        }
}
Prostate carcinomas are continuously surprising the pathologists through their multitude of variants and histological subtypes, some of them being recently described and characterized. Among these are individualized: atrophic carcinoma, foamy gland, pseudohyperplastic, microcystic, certain subtypes of ductal adenocarcinoma and hormone-treated adenocarcinoma, which because of minimal architectural and/or cytological atypia are often under-diagnosed, especially in small tissue fragments. This… CONTINUE READING

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