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Granular cell tumor of the esophagus: endoscopic ultrasonographic demonstration and endoscopic removal.
Granular cell tumors were first described by Abrikossoff in 1926.
Features Entities Masses and/or distortion Fat necrosis Radial scar/complex sclerosing lesion Granular cell tumor Spindle cell lesions Inflammatory conditions Chronic mastitis Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis Diabetic mastopathy Rare conditions Breast infarction Sarcoidosis Cooper's ligament
Meyer MA, Becker JM, Quinones W Endobronchial granular cell tumor: a case report.
The differential diagnosis of an oral mass in the newborn includes melanotic neuroectodermal tumour of infancy, malignant granular cell myoblastoma, alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma and chondrogenic and osteogenic sarcomas (5).
Malignant granular cell tumor of soft tissue: diagnostic criteria and clinicopathologic correlation.
Granular cell tumor (GCT) is a usually benign neoplasm of controversial Schwann cell origin.
Granular cell tumor, first described in 1856, has a long history of names (eg, myoblastic myoma) implying putative pathogenesis.
Epulis can be distinguished from more common granular cell tumors by its lack of pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia, the absence of S-100 protein expression, and a positive reaction to carcinoembryonic antigen and HLA-DR antigen.
Granular cell tumor is the most common benign, nonepithelial tumor occurring in the extrahepatic biliary ducts.
Other histologic subtypes also occur, often in the same tumor, including basal cell, granular cell, desmoplastic, and acanthomatous types.