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histiocyte

[′his·tē·ə‚sīt]
(histology)
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Co-occurrence of Langerhans cell histiocytosis and Rosai-Dorfman disease: Possible relationship of two histiocytic disorders in rare cases.
71) Pulmonary consequences of ECD include cardiogenic pulmonary edema, secondary to cardiac involvement, or histiocytic infiltration of the lung parenchyma with interstitial fibrosis.
Histiocytic infiltrate, predominantly foamy macrophages, was seen in one of the cases.
The histopathology of biopsy material taken from a plaque on the right axillary region revealed atrophic epidermis, preserved grenz zone, dermal edema and clusters of mature epithelioid cells, rare giant cells and some lymphocytes between the histiocytic granulomas.
Histiocytic sarcoma of the spleen associated with hypoalbuminemia, hypo gamma-globulinemia and thrombocytopenia as a possibly unique clinical entity: report of three cases.
Disseminated histiocytic infiltration of either aggregates or sheets of epithelioid cells containing acid-fast bacilli, in the absence of caseous necrosis, were observed in different organs of the infected doves, especially lungs (23/23), intestines (9/23).
In a previous collaborative trial, MSK showed that Trovagene's urine-based precision cancer monitoring technology had better performance than biopsy in identifying BRAF mutations in patients with certain histiocytic diseases.
In osteoclastoma-like undifferentiated carcinoma or undifferentiated carcinoma rich in giant cells, you should have positive immunoreactivity with pancytokeratin without positive immunoreactivity with histiocytic markers - these allow for a differential diagnosis.
The differential diagnoses for hemangiopericytoma include peripheral nerve sheath tumors (PNST), fibrosarcomas, myofibroblasts fibrosarcomas, spindle cell histiocytic sarcomas, and spindle cell glomus tumors.
Haemophagocytic syndrome is a reactive disorder of the mononuclear phagocytic system, characterised by histiocytic proliferation with marked Haemophagocytosis (3).