非上皮性悪性腫瘍の剥離細胞診脂肪肉腫の剥離細胞像 Exfoliative cytology on malignant neoplasms of the non-epithelial origin: Cytologic morphology of liposarcoma
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Touch smears, exsudate specimens and corresponding histologic sections were examined from sevenpatients with liposarcoma. Though their cellularmorphogies varied each other according the histopathologic types, myxoid cells, lipoblasts, sometimsmature lipocyte were often present in the specimens while multinucleation was observed only in theundifferentiated type. In the cytoplasm, fatty bodieswith various figures were always verified by Sudan111 after fixing by 10% formalin. Indentificationof these cell morphology seems to be valid for distinguishing liposarcma from other malignant tumors, particularly of non-epithhlial origin.
- The Journal of the Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology
The Journal of the Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology 12(2), 84-89, 1973
Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology