Tuesday slide seminar, March 23rd 2010 Marcus Nyberg Division of Pathology, HUSLAB, University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland
68 M. Prostate cancer. At prostatectomy, a lesion in the urinary bladder was diagnosed as mucinous adenocarcinoma. Intestinal examination was negative. Some weeks later, the tumorous lesion was resected from the dorsal wall of the bladder neck.
57 F. Tumour in the right breast. Fine needle aspiration biopsy consistent with neuroendocrine tumour. Five years earlier operated for an adenocarcinoma ot the endometrium. Metasttatic lung and bone lesions. Biopsy from the breast tumour.
64 M. Biopsy-verified adenocarcinoma of the stomach. HIV and C-hepatitis. Subtotal gastrectomy. Some enlarged lyph nodes. Surgeon noted a small nodule in the stomach wall provided as a separate specimen.