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nodular

[′näj·ə·lər]
(science and technology)
Occurring in the form of small, rounded lumps.
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2 cases of Lymphocytic thyroiditis on Touch imprint Cytology were found to be Nodular goiter in 1 case and Hashimoto's thyroiditis in one case on subsequent histopathological examination.
The use of gamma globulin during acute phase can help alleviate the disease.[2],[5] Till now, the case of nodular panniculitis accompanied by HLH is rarely reported.
Results: Eighty nine patients with toxic nodular goiter received a dose range from 10 to 30mCi RAI.
It is clinically characterized by slow-growing dermal nodule and histologically by the well-circumscribed dermal epithelial lobules composed of polygonal clear cells and small darker cells.1 We, hereby, describe a case of nodular hidradenoma affecting the unusual region of the scalp in a male patient at young age.
There was a nodular growth of 5 x 5 cm, with areas of ulceration and serous discharge to the right side of the anus.
Nodular hidradenoma, also known as clear cell hidradenoma or acrospiroma is a benign rare skin tumour arising from the eccrine type of sweat glands.1,2 They can arise anywhere in the body but usually involve the trunk, extremities and head.2,3 It usually presents as a slow growing, solitary palpable nodule.
Nodular cystic fat necrosis with systemic sclerosis.
Immunophenotypically, NLPHL is distinguished by the presence of large neoplastic cells (lymphocytic predominant cells) in a nodular distribution, with scattered nonneoplastic small B cells and T cells and the presence of a meshwork of dendritic follicular cells.
Histologically, benign tumours, such as focal nodular hyperplasia, nodular regenerative hyperplasia, and liver adenoma, as well as malignant tumours, such as hepatoblastoma and hepatocellular carcinoma, have all been reported [5].
In this context, due to pulmonary nodular involvement evidenced in the non-contrast computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest, an HRCT was requested (Figures 2 and 3) which showed multiple generalized, noncalcified nodular lesions, some with cavitations, and the presence of focal areas of ground-glass opacity associated with suggestive basal predominance subpleural cysts that are suggestive of lymphocytic pneumonia.
In this article, we report a case of nodular fasciitis of the breast, with emphasis on the histological characteristics of these lesions, and discuss the differential diagnosis.