Micrograph of Granular cell tumor - Stock image

Human Skin, Anatomy, Backgrounds, Benign Tumor, Biology

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Stock photo ID:635700422
Upload date:December 18, 2016

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Granular cell tumor is a tumor that can develop on any skin or mucosal surface, but occurs on the tongue 40% of the time. These tumors on occasion may appear similar to neoplasms of renal origin or other soft tissue neoplasms. The usual presentation is of slow growing behavior, forming a polygonal accumulation of secondary lysosomes in the cytoplasm. Granular cell tumors are typically solitary and are rarely larger than three centimeters. This type of tumor has been found to be both benign and malignant, although malignancy is rare and comprises only 2% of all granular cell tumors.
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