Esserman and colleagues (13) found that in 2 cases of "diffuse" ALH/LCIS (defined as greater than 1 lobule per core involved by ALH/LCIS) diagnosed at core needle biopsy, invasive lobular
carcinoma was found at excision in both cases.
It was first described as pyogenic granuloma in 1940 but renamed lobular
capillary hemangioma in 1980 owing to its microscopic features.
In the histopathological examination of the prepared sections, we found lobule-restricted, non-caseous granulomas involving lymphocytes, plasma cells, epithelioid histiocytes and multinuclear giant cells and neutrophil assemblages in the middle; and neoplastic epithelial cell proliferation in 4 different foci, the largest being 0.7x0.4 cm in diameter, limited to the ductal lobular
(7) In a small study from MD Anderson Cancer Center, women with lobular
neoplasia (ALH, lobular
carcinoma in situ; LCIS) by core biopsy underwent an excision and 40% were found to have a more significant lesion.
A Rare Cause of Resistant Epistaxis: Lobular
Capillary Hemangioma Arising from the Inferior Turbinate.
Hepatic fibrosis: A significant relationship was seen with severity of inflammation, portal inflammation, lobular
necrosis, and piecemeal necrosis but there was no significant relationship between the severity of fibrosis, age, gender and biochemical parameters (Table-II).
Although the cases described are not many, the lobular
histological subtype is the most common cause of metastatic gastric linitis plastica caused by breast cancer .
Morrell, "A case of childhood subcutaneous pyogenic granuloma (lobular
capillary hemangioma)," Clinical Pediatrics, vol.
carcinoma (ILC) is the second most common histological type of breast carcinoma; it comprises 5%--15% of all invasive breast cancers.
breast cancer metastasis to the colon, the appendix and the gallbladder," Breast Care, vol.
It was observed that there was a significant change in hepatic lobular
pattern among different groups.
Nasal cavity lobular
capillary hemangioma due to insect sting.