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lobule

[′läb·yül]
(biology)
A small lobe.
A division of a lobe.
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Our data would strongly support the hypothesis that assiduous radiologic-pathologic review of core biopsy cases yielding lobular neoplasia on core biopsy can triage those requiring surgery from those that can be managed safely with clinical and imaging follow-up.
On the recommendation of histopathological correlation, trucut biopsy was performed and reported as granulomatous mastitis; therefore steroid treatment was initiated with diagnosis of granulomatous lobular mastitis.
Five of the patients were found to have an invasive cancer (2 with lobular and 3 with ductal histology) while the remaining 15 had DCIS.
Lobular capillary hemangiomas: Case report and review of literature of vascular lesions of the nasal cavity.
Hepatic inflammation: A significant relationship was seen with severity of fibrosis, presence of steatosis, mean portal tract level, portal inflammation, lobular necrosis and piecemeal necrosis but there was no significant relationship between the severity of inflammation, age, gender and biochemical parameters (Table-I).
The widely accepted term of "lobular capillary hemangioma" emphasizes the essential component of the lesion.
Gastric metastatization can have two different patterns of manifestation: nodular pattern with ulcerative masses, typical of invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC), or a diffuse mural involvement, typical of invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC).
Upon resection, histologic evaluation showed subcutaneous lobular capillary hemangioma (Figure 3).
There was a primary irregular lesion measuring 1,5 x 1,4 cm, located at upper-outer quadrant of the right breast, BIRADS category was assessed to be 5, there was a second retromammary lesion measuring 1,9 x 1 cm with a benign appearance of category BI-RADS 1, core needle biopsy was performed in the primary suspect lesion, the microscope examination showed the presence of small uniform tumor cells floating in lakes of extracellular mucin, some cells showed signet ring cell morphology (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)), and areas of classical lobular carcinoma were noted with single cell infiltration (Figure 2(c)).
Receptor status and histologic type of BC may predict gastrointestinal metastases; ER positive and negative and ductal and lobular BC may cause appendix metastases [9, 13].
Chi-Square Test showed statistically significant change in hepatic lobular pattern (table-III).