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==Clinical History==
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47 year old male with a pancreatic mass.
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==Cytology==
 
==Cytology==
 
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* Pseudocyst
 
* Pseudocyst
 
** Most common cystic lesion
 
** Most common cystic lesion
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** Lack a true epithelial lining
 
** Lack a true epithelial lining
 
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* Variable acute and chronic inflammation
 
* Variable acute and chronic inflammation
 
* Histiocytes
 
* Histiocytes
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* Big diagnostic problem is the atypia that can be seen in the granulation tissue
 
* Big diagnostic problem is the atypia that can be seen in the granulation tissue
 
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Latest revision as of 14:11, 16 January 2014

Clinical History

47 year old male with a pancreatic mass.

Cytology

Resident Questions