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  • StatPearls: Histology, Respiratory Epithelium [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Kia'i Nakisa N Kern Medical Bajaj Tushar T UCLA-Kern Medical
  • The respiratory system is constantly filtering through the external environment as humans breathe air. The airways must maintain the ability to clear inhaled pathogens, allergens, and debris to maint…
  • Pathogenesis and Cells of Origin of Barrett's Esophagus. [Review]
  • GGastroenterology 2019 May 10
  • Que J, Garman KS, … Spechler SJ
  • In patients with Barrett's esophagus (BE), metaplastic columnar mucosa, containing epithelial cells with gastric and intestinal features, replaces esophageal squamous mucosa damaged by gastroesophage…
  • Colon adenoma and adenocarcinoma with clear cell components - two case reports. [Journal Article]
  • DPDiagn Pathol 2019 May 10; 14(1):37
  • Oyama Y, Nishida H, … Daa T
  • CONCLUSIONS: We investigated tubular adenoma and tubular adenocarcinoma with clear cell components. The accompanying conventional tubular adenoma or adenocarcinoma cells helped us to evaluate the atypia of the clear cells. Diffuse cytoplasmic staining of CEA and CD10 suggested that the clear cell component might harbor malignant potential. We were unable to verify the well-known causes of clear cytoplasm, such as an accumulation of glycogen, lipid, or mucin and enteroblastic differentiation. The causes of clear cells in the colorectal region remain uncertain; however, possible explanations include autolysis and carbohydrate elution.
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