mucinous cyst

mucinous cyst

[′myüs·ən·əs ′sist]
(medicine)
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This same study (14) found that among all the pancreatic cyst fluid diagnostic parameters currently in use, carcinoembryonic antigen concentration was the most accurate test for the diagnosis of a nonmalignant mucinous cyst, even more so than cytologic evaluation.
Morphologically common benign ovarian tumors include cysts (both follicular and luteal) followed by serous cyst adenomas and mucinous cyst adenomas4.
Unthreatened late pregnancy with a huge mucinous cyst adenoma of the left ovary: report of an unusual case.
Surface epithelial tumours were common benign tumours and consist of serous cyst adenoma with a frequency of 55% followed by mucinous cyst adenoma 20%.
Mucinous cyst adenoma is the most common form of benign neoplasms of the appendix, with an incidence of 0.
In their study report, the researchers write that their study also showed promising results in detecting mucinous cyst lesions, which are a precursor to cancer.
Glandular cells in the aspirate, when present, can be a marker for a mucinous cyst.
A biopsy of tissue might miss some important areas of cancer, but an aspiration of a fluid mucinous cyst is a good sample.
The cyst was histologically identified as a mucinous cyst of borderline malignancy that contained solid material and daughter cysts.
Among these other types of mucinous cyst is the "simple mucinous cyst.
The final pathologic diagnosis was mucocele caused by mucinous cyst adenoma.
Second most common epithelial tumour in the current study was Mucinous cyst-adenoma and Mucinous cyst Adenocarcinoma.