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ad·nex·al

(ad-nek'săl),
Relating to the adnexa.
Synonym(s): annexal

adnexal

/ad·nex·al/ (ad-nek´sal) pertaining to adnexa.

ad·nex·al

(ad-nek'săl)
Relating to the adnexa.
Synonym(s): annexal.

ad·nex·al

(ad-nek'săl)
Relating to the adnexa.

adnexal

pertaining to, or emanating from, the adnexa.

adnexal tumors
see under names of individual structures such as sebaceous gland adenoma.
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However, in this study, trichoepithelioma was compared with BCC, which comprised the largest group of adnexal tumors of a follicular origin.
R] This study was therefore undertaken to analyze adnexal tumors of the skin for their morphological, clinical, and histological features and to group them using the International Classification of World Health Organization (2006).
Of note is the high level of expression of GATA3 in skin adnexal tumors (similar to GCDFP-15 and mammaglobin).
The case of a female adnexal tumor of probable wolffian origin in a 15-year-old girl may offer insight into a new treatment option for a rare disease.
CD10 was evaluated in adnexal tumors by Bahrami et al324 to determine its utility in the distinction.
11] In accordance with previous studies, [n-i3] maximum numbers of cases (42%) of appendageal tumors in present study were also seen in the age group less than 20 years indicating that adnexal tumors are disorders of the young.
Mutations in exon 3 of the CTNNB1 gene (b-catenin gene) in cutaneous adnexal tumors.
7) Since parasitic leiomyoma are separated from the uterus, they are easily mistaken for adnexal tumors such as ovarian tumors.
In addition to several benign adnexal tumors, the authors (22) analyzed 4 MACs and 3 ECs (1 of the latter with mucinous differentiation) as well as a case of hidradenocarcinoma and 2 cases of trichilemmal carcinomas.
In our institution we studied 59 cases of skin adnexal tumors during the period of 2004-2014, of which 7 were pilomatricoma.
Importantly, primary eccrine cancers can present without the general features of benign adnexal tumors and are less-readily distinguished from hidradenocarcinomas.