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carcinoid

[′kärs·ən‚ȯid]
(medicine)
A potentially malignant tumor of the argentaffin cells of the stomach and intestine.
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Microscopy of Primary Carcinoid arising in a Mature Teratoma (H & E, 20x)
Additionally, classic neuroendocrine markers such as CD56, synaptophysin, and chromogranin cannot distinguish carcinoids from HGNECs.
Final pathology showed carcinoid tumor with three distinct masses, the largest 3.
The most common laryngeal neuroendocrine tumor is the atypical carcinoid (moderately differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma), which is a malignant epithelial tumor showing neuroendocrine histologic and immunohistochemical features.
Carcinoid tumours are divided into foregut, midgut and hindgut carcinoids, based on their embryological origin.
6% showed tuberculosis, one each case was diagnosed as adenocarcinoma and carcinoid.
Carcinoid syndrome, characterized by intermittent flushing, diarrhea and wheezing, is present in 5% to 7% of carcinoid tumors originating in the small bowel.
However, for large carcinoids, adenocarcinomas, or lymphomas, for example, more extensive surgery and/or chemotherapy are required.
We report a primary testicular carcinoid tumour with lymph node metastasis which was cured by surgical resection and chemotherapy.
The Cushing syndrome induced by bronchial carcinoid tumors.
Cutaneous manifestations of the malignant carcinoid sindrome.
Histology demonstrated features of a classical neuroendocrine carcinoid tumour infiltrating the muscularis mucosa.