Histopathological finding of scar mass showed fibrocollagenous
tissue as well as fibroadipose tissue with normal endometrial glands and stroma.
Histology of excised tissue shows stratified squamous epithelium over fibrocollagenous
stroma, cords and wide column of basaloid cell extending into the dermal stroma from overlying epithelium, rich vascularity within stroma in between these cords, confirming the diagnosis of periungual eccrine poroma.
The distinction between these 2 types of necrosis can be challenging in early stages, when granulation tissue, inflammation, or fibrocollagenous
tissue are not developed.
Histopathology of the biopsy revealed fibroadipose and fibrocollagenous
tissue, showing dense chronic inflammation along with the formation of lymphoid follicles.
The nodules were excised under general anaesthesia and histopathology investigation revealed fibrocollagenous
and fibroadipose tissue exhibiting endometrial glands surrounded by endometrial type stroma consistent with scar endometriosis.
Fibromatous periorchitis should be considered in the differential diagnosis when one encounters a predominantly fibrocollagenous
Histopathological examination showed matured adipocytes separated by fibrocollagenous
Histological sections revealed fibrocollagenous
cyst walls bilaterally, lined by pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with areas of squamous metaplasia.
Fibrous tissues such as fibromuscular (Fm) and fibrocollagenous
(Fc) tissue were also formed.
It is characterized by partial or complete encapsulation of the small bowel by fibrocollagenous
membrane called cocoon with local inflammatory infiltrate leading to acute or chronic small bowel obstruction.
No seminiferous tubules were identified and each biopsy consisted of dense fibrocollagenous
Microscopically, the specimen consisted of variably dense fibrocollagenous
tissue with numerous islands of odontogenic epithelium that exhibited central cystic changes.