chromophobe


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chromophobe

[′krō·mə‚fōb]
(biology)
Not readily absorbing a stain.
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These cases typically have easily recognizable nuclear atypia at scanning power, but do not have the irregular nuclear contours or perinuclear haloes of a chromophobe renal cell carcinoma and do not have the classic features of other oncocytic renal cell carcinomas.
8 III Clear RCC, Fuhrman grade IV/IV 5 12 III RCC, chromophobe Eosinophilic variant 6 14 II Clear RCC, pT3a Fuhrman grade III, 7 11 III Renal RCC, NOS Fuhrman grade IV/IV 8 20 II Clear RCC, pT3a, Fuhrman grade II 9 14 III Clear RCC, pt3a, Fuhrman grade III/IV 10 18.
Colloidal iron staining in renal epithelial neoplasms, including chromophobe renal cell carcinoma: emphasis on technique and patterns of staining.
As seen in our patient the occurrence of multifocality has been found greater in patients with papillary RCC than among patients with clear cell or chromophobe RCC and these patients are more likely to experience a contralateral kidney recurrence8.
3%) chromophobe tumor (0%) processed for VHL gene expression on Polymerase Chain Reaction.
Chromophobe renal cell carcinoma (ChRCC) is a variant of parenchymal renal cell carcinoma, comprising 2-5% of all renal cell carcinoma and characterised by unique morphological, histochemical, ultrastructural and genetic features (1-5).
Conclusion: Renal cell carcinoma including its chromophobe variant is a growing malignancy in Pakistan.
Recent advancements in the understanding of the genetics of RCC have led to a new pathological classification of five different subtypes of RCCs: clear cell, papillary, chromophobe, collecting duct carcinoma (Bellini Duct tumor), and renal carcinoma unclassified (renal medullary carcinoma).
Moreover, the problem at hand is related not to the work of this abject scoundrel but to that of the well-known French chromophobe, Claude Oskar Monet.
The most common renal malignancy in adult is clear cell carcinoma followed by papillary carcinoma and chromophobe cell carcinoma (5,6).
RCCs can be divided into four different subtypes: clear cell (80%), papillary (15%), chromophobe (5%), and collecting duct carcinomas or sarcomas (1%).