adenolymphoma

adenolymphoma

 [ad″ĕ-no-lim-fo´mah]
a cystic salivary-gland tumor containing epithelial and lymphoid tissue, affecting almost exclusively the parotid gland.

War·thin tu·mor

(warth'in),
benign glandular tumor arising in the parotid gland and composes of two rows of eosinophilic epithelial cells, which are often cystic and papillary, together with a lymphoid stroma.

adenolymphoma

/ad·e·no·lym·pho·ma/ (-lim-fo´mah) a benign parotid gland tumor characterized by cystic spaces lined by tall columnar eosinophilic epithelial cells, overlying a lymphoid tissue–containing stroma.

adenolymphoma

Warthin,

Aldred S., U.S. pathologist, 1866-1931.
Warthin area
Warthin tumor - a benign glandular tumor, usually arising in the parotid gland. Synonym(s): adenolymphoma
Warthin-Finkeldey cells - giant cells with multiple overlapping nuclei, found in lymphoid tissue in measles, especially during the prodromal stage. Synonym(s): Finkeldey cells
Warthin-Starry silver stain - a stain for spirochetes in which preparations are incubated in 1% silver nitrate solution followed by a developer.
Warthin-Starry staining method

adenolymphoma

a cystic salivary-gland tumor containing epithelial and lymphoid tissue.
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The most common benign tumors were pleomorphic adenoma or mixed tumor, comprising 50% of all benign tumors (88% occurring in women), and Warthin's tumor or adenolymphoma, mostly seen in men.
A search of the medical literature shows the tumor, better known as an adenolymphoma, to be not as rare, nor much more common in men, as was supposed at one time.