Sialography demonstrated intraglandular
ducts that were attenuated and markedly separated by the diffusely enlarged gland.
The presence of goblet cells and intraglandular
neutrophils with adenocarcinoma may further suggest a colonic source.
Of the remaining 25, 17 (68%) were adenocarcinoma with focal mucinous differentiation (<50% of the tumor), and 8 (32%) were well-differentiated adenocarcinoma with intraglandular
mucin, without any stromal mucin deposition.
proliferation is consistently surrounded by a basal cell layer that is often attenuated and disrupted, especially in high-grade PIN.
There is hyperplasia of the intraglandular
lymphocytes and infiltration of the parotid from extraglandular lymphocytic proliferation.
The treatment of drooling by ultrasound-guided intraglandular
injections of botulinum toxin type A into the salivary glands.
18) Case 13, diagnosed as EIN by 39% of participants (30 of 78), and as adenocarcinoma by 23% (18 of 78), is a glandular proliferation in a polyp that does not form a discrete focus with sufficient crowding for EIN but has intraglandular
The prognosis depends on whether the tumor is confined to the intraglandular
node or has spread to the parenchyma.
Moreover, cytologic atypia, mitoses, and intraglandular
necrosis are all features that favor a diagnosis of adenocarcinoma over benign Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses.
toxoplasmosis lymphadenitis of the parotid gland.
3) The classic occlusal film can reliably show ductal sialoliths, but small and intraglandular
stones may be missed.
Furthermore, based on our experience, we suggest that while screening a prostate biopsy on low power for carcinoma (in addition to recognizing foci of glands of small caliber that are closely packed or that have different cytoplasmic quality), attention be paid to glands with circumferential stromal retraction or unusual intraglandular
contents, such as blue mucin, crystalloids, or amorphous eosinophilic secretions.