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xanthomatous

 [zan-tho´mah-tus]
pertaining to xanthoma.

xanthomatous

/xan·tho·ma·tous/ (zan-tho´mah-tus) pertaining to xanthoma.

xan·tho·ma·tous

(zan-thō'mă-tŭs)
Relating to xanthoma.

xanthomatous

pertaining to xanthoma.
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Xanthomatous histiocytes presented a small dark nuclei and abundant clear to foamy cytoplasm due to fat droplets and could be confused with prostate carcinoma (Fig.
22) A recent report described a novel cutaneous neoplasm that exhibited xanthomatous characteristics in a hyperlipidemic goose.
The xanthomatous degeneration (variant xanthoma) occurring in other bone tumours need to evaluated carefully in whole of the specimen to avoid erroneous diagnosis of primary xanthoma.
2] Benign fibrous lesions are also uncommon in the sinuses, [3-5] Fibroxanthoma, a low-grade variant of benign fibrous histiocytoma, is characterized by a predominance of xanthomatous histiocytes.
Of 37 nonneoplastic biopsies, 12 were performed for post-ablation zone evaluation, and 2 more yielded inflammatory or xanthomatous material, compatible with the clinical impression of abscess and xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis.
CD68 may be used to rule out a histiocytic lesion, as abundant xanthomatous change within the schwannoma may introduce that possibility into the differential diagnosis.
Over time, these myofibroblastic proliferations have had a number of designations, such as inflammatory pseudotumor, inflammatory pseudosarcomatous fibromyxoid tumor, pseudosarcomatous myofibroblastic tumor, fibromyxoid pseudotumor, plasma cell granuloma, plasma cell pseudotumor, and xanthomatous pseudotumour.
Secondary changes, such as a metaplastic chondroid component or aneurismal bone cystlike changes, can include cystic degeneration with xanthomatous histiocytes and/or giant cells and myxoid change (Figures 5 through 7).
This collection of cutaneous histiocytic disorders can display a wide variety of morphologic characteristics, including mononuclear cells that may be vacuolated, xanthomatous, spindle-shaped (all characteristically found in juvenile xanthogranulomas), and display oncocytic changes (more commonly seen in adult xanthogranulomas).
The inflammatory infiltrate is composed of a variable number of xanthomatous histiocytes with foamy cytoplasm (Figure 3), neutrophils, lymphocytes, plasma cells, and multinucleated giant cells.
122,126,134) Differential diagnosis includes xanthomatous bronchiolitis, rheumatoid arthritis-associated bronchiolitis and other collagen vascular disease and autoimmune diseases, human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1-associated bronchiolitis, and idiopathic bronchiolitis.
Afterwards, other authors linked to it the adjectives inflammatory, lymphoid, granulomatous, xanthomatous, and fibrous, attempting to subdivide pseudotumors into pathologically recognizable categories.