Histopathologic examination of the latter lesions revealed myofibril necrosis with Zenker's degeneration and a heterophilic, lymphocytic, plasmacytic
Primary Sjogren's syndrome (pSS) is an autoimmune disease typically associated with a lymphocytic and plasmacytic
infiltrate in the salivary, parotid, and lacrimal glands, leading to a sicca syndrome presenting primarily with dryness of the mouth and eyes, which is the most common manifestation.
This addition is particularly important for cases with scant amounts of diagnostic materials, such as those from core needle biopsies or those associated with plasmacytic
differentiation in some cells and appropriate use of immunostains helps in overcoming the diagnostic difficulty.
Cytology of these tumors was characterized by sheets of plasmacytic
TVT cells with intracytoplasmic vacuolation and presence of mitotic figures (Fig.
We postulate that RBPs exercise critical post-transcriptional control over germinal center B (GCB) and plasmacytic
cell physiology and we aim to identify and molecularly characterize these regulatory mechanisms.
A diffuse plasmacytic
infiltrate, proliferation of blood vessels with endothelial swelling and phlebitis/endarteritis are commonly seen, in a background of follicular hyperplasia.
A new conceptualization for Mikulicz's disease as an IgG4-related plasmacytic
Clinical and pathological characteristics of Mikulicz's disease (IgG4-related plasmacytic
A new conceptualization for Mikulicz's disease as a systemic IgG4-related plasmacytic
However, there is no vascular proliferation and germinal centres are hyperplastic, in the plasmacytic
SjAlgren's syndrome is associated with a lymphocytic and plasmacytic
infiltrate in the salivary and lacrimal glands causing sicca syndrome.