They progressively evolve into ghost cells
in the center of the lesion.
Histopathologic examination provides the correct diagnosis and shows solid nests of basaloid cells with the formation of ghost cells
with foreign-body giant-cell reaction, calcification, and ossification in some cases.
1,2,5) Histopathology generally demonstrates irregular islands of epithelial cells with biphasic architecture of central ghost cells
and varying amounts of basaloid cells in the periphery.
c, Medium-power photomicrograph of a papillary craniopharyngioma shows the absence of ghost cells
, calcification, and wet keratin seen in an adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma and further lacks the palisaded basal layer.
The ghost cells
contained abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm with/without small hyperchromatic nuclei.
Aspirate smears displayed dispersed squamous cells with dense cytoplasm and prominent nucleoli, as well as ghost cells
in a background of neutrophils, lymphocytes, and scattered multinucleated giant cells.
The epithelial cells are organized in a characteristic biphasic architectural pattern with keratinized ghost cells
in the center surrounded by variable amounts of peripheral basaloid cells.
In this disorder, the red blood cells are often crenated and there may be many ghost cells
Construct an extended volume consisting of owned cells plus ghost cells
(EXTVOL) based on r3s.
The presence of ghost cells
does not help one differentiate between a malignant and benign lesion.
Our patient, a 57-year-old man, presented with cutaneous lesions in his legs, characterized by lobular panniculitis (PN) with fat necrosis and ghost cells
How the message-passing reads and writes are structured to update these ghost cells
depends on the communications parameters of the particular architecture.