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Case of the Week


2019-32 / SEPTEMBER 23 (CONTRIBUTOR: SAMSON FINE)

CASE HISTORY



69-year-old male with an elevated PSA and a cluster of somewhat dilated glands on prostate needle biopsy (images 1-3: low and high magnification images & PIN-4 IHC triple stain); images 4-5 depict a similar cluster in a prostatectomy specimen from a different patient.






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5 photo(s) Updated on: September 20, 2019


Quiz

1- What is the best classification of this glandular proliferation?

     a. cystic atrophy

     b. benign prostatic hyperplasia

     c.  microacinar / pseudohyperplastic prostate cancer

     d. transition zone cancer

    







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