fibromatous


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fibromatous

 [fi-bro´mah-tus]
pertaining to or of the nature of fibroma.

fi·bro·ma·tous

(fī-brō'mă-tŭs),
Pertaining to, or of the nature of, a fibroma.

fi·bro·ma·tous

(fī-brō'mă-tŭs)
Pertaining to, or of the nature of, a fibroma.
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In case of high suspicion of malignancy or where fibrotic tissue diffusely occupies and encases the testicular tissue (fibromatous periorchitis), orchidectomy can be selected as a surgical procedure.
Fibromatous periorchitis exhibits diffuse proliferative encasement of the testis and manifests grossly as an indurated testis reminiscent of malignancy.
Luckily, our caller's pet was affected by multiple Fibromatous Epulides so we set to work.
(22) Tumors with 4 or more mitotic figures per 10 high-power fields were generally clinically benign and were accordingly categorized as "mitotically active cellular fibromas." The diagnosis of fibrosarcoma should be made cautiously in part because most cellular fibromatous tumors do not have the overall characteristics of fibrosarcoma by standard histologic criteria.
Anatomo-pathologically, they are classified in fibromatous epuli, peripheral odontogenic fibroma (ossifying epuli) and peripheral ameloblastoma (acanthomatous epuli) (Baba and Catoi, 2007).
19 cases (0.7%) seeked alignment of malaligned teeth in cases of malocclusion 0.7% cases depicted fibromatous growth which was excised under local anaesthesia and sent for biopsy.
Price et al categorized the histologic variations into three separate but often overlapping subgroups: myxomatous, intermediate, and fibromatous (11):
At the base of the tumor an invasive component may be present that is typically composed of elongated interanastomosing glands separated by fibromatous stroma.
On microscopic examination of teat papillomas, typical fibropapilloma usually observed in cases of cutaneous papillomas was not observed and only epidermal hyperplasia could be seen without any fibromatous proliferation.
Histologically, they consist of dense fibrosis with a mixed inflammatory cell infiltrate and granulation tissue.[sup.1]-[sup.5] Rarely, fibrous pseudotumours may consist of a diffuse fibroinflammatory proliferation of the paratesticular/testicular soft tissues which encase the testis, more specifically known as fibromatous periorchitis.[sup.3,4]
It has a unique immunohistochemistry profile with strong CD34 positivity, which is different from other reported digital fibromatous lesions.
Histopathology: The histopathology reported as Benign mixed mesenchymal tumours showing fibromatous, fibrohistocytic, neural and lipomatous areas with metaplastic ossifications.