The p53 centrality in neoplastic processes
stimulates the search for an anticancer therapy model from this gene (FETT-CONT & SALLES, 2002; ZENG et al., 2011).
Intraperitoneal or retroperitoneal haemorrhages as well as many other congenital, infectious, or neoplastic processes
occuring in the vicinity of groin may present within an inguinal hernia.
Additional workup ruled out other causes of granulomatous disease, including tuberculosis and fungi, as well as, neoplastic processes
. Therefore, the diagnosis of sarcoidosis involvement of the thyroid and spinal nerve roots was considered.
The differential diagnosis of a submandibular gland mucocele should include the numerous inflammatory, infective, developmental and neoplastic processes
affecting the lateral neck.
The clinical laboratory findings described in this study were not suggestive of neoplastic processes
, but only reflected the consequences of the neoplastic growth in one dog that had severe loss of blood; these results suggest that routine clinical laboratory evaluations might not be of any diagnostic significance in canine chemodectoma.
This will allow confident differentiation from other conditions that may mimic PVNS, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other inflammatory and neoplastic processes
of the synovial lining.
On otoscopic examination, EACC can be difficult to distinguish from other inflammatory, infectious, or neoplastic processes
. Keratosis obturans is the most difficult to distinguish, and since EACC may require surgical intervention and keratosis obturans is managed medically, distinguishing between these entities is important.
The differential diagnosis includes infectious, inflammatory, and other neoplastic processes
. (22) Infectious etiologies include endophthalmitis secondary to bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections.
The differential diagnosis for inflammation and wall thickening of the terminal ileum is extensive, including inflammatory, infectious, and neoplastic processes
. In a young adult, the most common etiology is Crohn's disease.
(1) Squamous cell carcinomas of cutaneous or mucosal origin, particularly adenoid cystic carcinomas of major or minor salivary origin, are the most common primary neoplastic processes
to spread perineurally, as was seen in the case described here.
Many reactive and inflammatory masses, especially granulomatous lesions, mimic neoplastic processes
. Sarcoidosis as an entity has a wide differential diagnosis because it mimics a lot of other granulomatous diseases. The differential diagnosis includes fungal diseases, tuberculosis, collagen vascular diseases, and granulomatous inflammation accompanying various central nervous system lesions.
 The clinical presentation of these lesions can be confused with those of infectious, granulomatous, and nonlymphomatous neoplastic processes
.  The limited clinical experience with this lesion has led to controversy regarding its pathologic classification, natural history, and optimal management.