cystic tumor

cystic tumor

a tumor with cavities or sacs containing a semisolid or a liquid material.
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Franz tumor, solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm (SPEN), solid and papillary tumor, solid and cystic tumor, papillary-cystic tumor, papillary cystic epithelial neoplasm, and solid and cystic acinar cell neoplasm are synonymous with SPT.
2) Based on morphology, cystic RCCs can be subdivided into four types: multilocular cystic RCC, unilocular cystic RCC, cystic tumor with one or more tumor nodules, and RCC with extensive necrosis.
On pathologic examination, the cystic tumor measured 7 x 5 x 2.
42,43) The cystic tumor usually presents as a unilateral, solitary lesion with rare exceptions.
CT and MRI scans revealed a large cystic tumor in his upper brainstem extending into his right thalamus.
The MRI revealed increased cystic mass and the patient underwent re-operation for gross total removal of the cystic tumor.
Warthin is "a rare cystic tumor containing epithelial and lymphoid tissues found in the region of the submaxillary and parotid glands"--the salivary glands located in the cheek near the ear.
Pheochromocytoma presenting as a giant cystic tumor of the liver.
A subsequent MRI scan showed additional imaging features characteristic of a ruptured dermoid cystic tumor (Figure 2).
Cystic tumor of the tongue: Report of an unusual case.
Although it is generally held that MCN does not communicate with the pancreatic duct system, (5,15) rarely, a cystic tumor can fistulize into the pancreatic duct system, and that possibility was considered here.
ERCP may rarely demonstrate ductal communication with a cystic tumor.