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Coexistent Isolated Tumor Cell Clusters of Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma and Benign Glandular Inclusions of Müllerian (Endosalpingiosis) Type in an Axillary Sentinel Node Case Report and Review of the Literature

Coexistent Isolated Tumor Cell Clusters of Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma and Benign Glandular... CASE REPORT Coexistent Isolated Tumor Cell Clusters of Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma and Benign Glandular Inclusions of Mu¨llerian (Endosalpingiosis) Type in an Axillary Sentinel Node: Case Report and Review of the Literature John V. Groth, MD, Sanjiv Prabhu, MD, and Elizabeth Wiley, MD The patient had no history of ovarian, cervical, or uterine Abstract: The presence of benign epithelial inclusions in axillary disease. A biopsy and subsequent left breast needle lo- lymph nodes coexistant with breast disease is a rare event; calized partial mastectomy and 3 sentinel lymph node however, their presence makes the assessment of nodal disease biopsies were performed. diagnostically challenging. Broadly, these inclusions can be classified as glandular (mu¨ llerian type or nonmu¨ llerian type), MATERIALS AND METHODS mixed glandular-squamous, and squamous. Among these the All surgical specimens were submitted for histologic presence of benign mu¨ llerian-type glandular inclusions with examination and were processed with standard paraffin concurrent breast parenchymal disease is an exceedingly rare technique and stained with routine hematoxylin-eosin pro- event, with 10 previous cases reported in the literature, 2 coex- cedures. Immunohistochemical analyses were performed on isting with infiltrating ductal-type mammary carcinoma in ax- 4-mm-thick sections, using the multimer technology method. illary lymph nodes. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology Wolters Kluwer Health

Coexistent Isolated Tumor Cell Clusters of Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma and Benign Glandular Inclusions of Müllerian (Endosalpingiosis) Type in an Axillary Sentinel Node Case Report and Review of the Literature

Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology , Volume Publish Ahead of Print – Sep 1, 2014

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1541-2016
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10.1097/PAI.0000000000000066
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25203429
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CASE REPORT Coexistent Isolated Tumor Cell Clusters of Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma and Benign Glandular Inclusions of Mu¨llerian (Endosalpingiosis) Type in an Axillary Sentinel Node: Case Report and Review of the Literature John V. Groth, MD, Sanjiv Prabhu, MD, and Elizabeth Wiley, MD The patient had no history of ovarian, cervical, or uterine Abstract: The presence of benign epithelial inclusions in axillary disease. A biopsy and subsequent left breast needle lo- lymph nodes coexistant with breast disease is a rare event; calized partial mastectomy and 3 sentinel lymph node however, their presence makes the assessment of nodal disease biopsies were performed. diagnostically challenging. Broadly, these inclusions can be classified as glandular (mu¨ llerian type or nonmu¨ llerian type), MATERIALS AND METHODS mixed glandular-squamous, and squamous. Among these the All surgical specimens were submitted for histologic presence of benign mu¨ llerian-type glandular inclusions with examination and were processed with standard paraffin concurrent breast parenchymal disease is an exceedingly rare technique and stained with routine hematoxylin-eosin pro- event, with 10 previous cases reported in the literature, 2 coex- cedures. Immunohistochemical analyses were performed on isting with infiltrating ductal-type mammary carcinoma in ax- 4-mm-thick sections, using the multimer technology method. illary lymph nodes.

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Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular MorphologyWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Sep 1, 2014

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