Mucinous borderline tumors, on the other hand, show epithelial proliferation with stratification, tufting, intraglandular
villous or filiform papillary growth, and fusion of papillae, in addition to mild to moderate nuclear atypia and variable mitotic activity (Figure 4, C and D).
Clinical and pathologic data were analyzed and classified into two groups according to study criteria (age, sex, tumor size, histologic subtype, intraglandular
dissemination, extrathyroid dissemination, and metastases): group 1 with favorable prognosis (low risk) included patients aged <45, female, tumor size up to 2 cm, papillary and follicular subtype limited to the thyroid, no intraglandular
dissemination, and absence of metastases; and group 2 with poor prognosis (high risk) included all those that did not meet all group 1 criteria, i.e.
Most salivary gland BLECs are seen in the parotid as it is the only gland to embryologically develop intraglandular
Axial T1-weighted spin-echo MR images were obtained for detecting intraglandular
(a) Diagram showing each portion of ahSGs, which includes the intraepidermal, intradermal, and intraglandular
duct and secretory portion.
This component was negative with Hale-Colloidal Iron and Racemase and had foci of intraglandular
staining with mucin.
Tamura, "Peripheral T-cell lymphoma arising from an intraglandular
lymph node in the parotid gland: a case report and literature review," Pathology International, vol.
VacA in case BG-1 (TFAM/VacA/DAPI); (20x magnification).
Extraglandular and intraglandular
vascularization of canine prostate.
Sialography demonstrated intraglandular
ducts that were attenuated and markedly separated by the diffusely enlarged gland.
It should be further noted that the previous study did not describe the presence or absence of GAD-immunoreactivity in the intraglandular
ganglionic neurons which are considered to be parasympathetic autonomic neurons innvervating the glandular cells (Gabella).