Thymic Typical Carcinoid Tumor

A primary thymic carcinoid tumor, characterized by the presence of uniform, polygonal neoplastic cells, a low mitotic rate, and absence of necrosis.
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2018
2018
BackgroundEctopic ACTH-producing thymic carcinoid tumors are rare, but often behave aggressively with local invasion and distant… Expand
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2013
2013
  • Ersin Sapmaz, Hasan Çaylak, Sedat Gürkök
  • 2013
Carcinoid tumors of thymus originating from neuroendocrine cells of thymus are seen very rarely. It is three times more in male… Expand
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