pleomorphic adenoma

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ple·o·mor·phic ad·e·no·ma

a benign neoplasm composed of salivary gland epithelial and mesodermal elements.
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pleomorphic adenoma

See Mixed tumor.
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ple·o·mor·phic ad·e·no·ma

(plē'ō-mōrfik ad'ĕ-nōmă)
A benign neoplasm composed of salivary gland epithelial and mesodermal elements.
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Gross anatomy observation revealed that the surface and cross section of the tumor strikingly resembled a typical mixed tumor of salivary gland. Postoperative histopathological study revealed scattered bizarre stromal cells and lipoblasts with lipid droplets within the cytoplasm displacing the nucleus to the side on the hyperplastic fibrous tissue background.