paranuclear

par·a·nu·cle·ar

(par'ă-nū'klē-ăr),
1. Synonym(s): paranucleate
2. Outside, but near the nucleus.

par·a·nu·cle·ar

(par'ă-nū'klē-ăr)
1. Synonym(s): paranucleate.
2. Outside, but near the nucleus.

paranuclear

(păr″ă-nū′klē-ăr)
Adjacent to the nucleus of a cell.
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However, the amphophilic cytoplasm and paranuclear hof of plasma cells are quite helpful to make a correct diagnosis.
Paranuclear clearing with a pink colouration (giemsa stain).
The cytoplasm is homogeneous, glassy to granular, occasionally containing distinctive round, refractile, paranuclear yellow bodies or vacuoles.
Microscopic features of hyalinizing trabecular tumors * A trabecular-alveolar growth pattern of medium-to large-sized cells * Finely granular, acidophilic, or clear cytoplasm * Round yellow paranuclear cytoplasmic bodies * Polygonal and fusiform cells * Nuclei with prominent grooves, small nucleoli, and cytoplasmic pseudoinclusions and with occasional mitotic figures * Intratrabecular hyaline (Periodic acid Schiff--positive basement membrane material); this resembles amyloid but has a negative amyloid stain * Arrangement of cells in sinuous or straight trabeculae supported by a delicate fibrovascular stroma (ranging from minimal to modest) * Scant to absent colloid * The possible presence of psammoma bodies * The possible association of lymphocytic thyroiditis Table 2.
Immunohistological staining pattern revealed tumor cells with a characteristic paranuclear dot-like staining for epithelial marker cytokeratin 20.
Tumor cells with rhabdoid features, including abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm, paranuclear cytoplasmic inclusion, and large nuclei and nucleoli, were noted in 4 RCCs, all of which were of clear cell type (Figure 2, D through F).
Many gastric spindle cell GISTs show extensive paranuclear vacuolization, originally thought to be a diagnostic feature of smooth muscle tumors (Figure 2, D).
A dotlike paranuclear reactivity pattern to low-molecular-weight cytokeratin (ie, CAM 5.
Cytokeratin (CK) 20 is a fairly specific and sensitive marker for MCC, with a characteristic paranuclear dotlike positivity (9,10) (Figure 2).
By immunohistochemistry, 90% to 95% of GISTs will be diffusely and strongly positive for CD117 (c-Kit), with a cytoplasmic, membranous, or paranuclear "dotlike" distribution pattern.
Plasmacytoid features may be prominent, but a paranuclear clear zone is not seen.
These rhabdoid features include intracytoplasmic, paranuclear, spheroid, hyaline-like globules compressing and displacing the nucleus eccentrically (Figure 4, inset).