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neuroganglionar cells in prostate

Thursday 30 August 2012

Ganglia in Prostate Biopsies

Ganglia are usually found in the fibromuscular tissue external to the prostate; sometimes, they may be found within the outer regions of prostate itself.

In needle biopsies, they are usually located at one of the ends of the core.

Ganglia found in prostate needle biopsies should not be mistaken for high-grade carcinoma. The intracellular pigment and satellite cells around neurons have to be noted.

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- WebPathology 1 : Ganglia in Prostate Biopsies
- WebPathology 2 : Ganglia in Prostate Biopsies
- WebPathology 2 : Ganglia in Prostate Biopsies