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Perineural Metastasis to The Cranial Nerves in Head and Neck Malignancies


HISTOLOGIC APPEARANCE OF PERINEURAL METASTASIS

Figure 23 - Low power of extensive perineural invasion by squamous cell carcinoma (H&E X 20)
Figure 24 - Squamous carcinoma in perineural space (H&E X 125)
Figure 25 - Intraneural invasion by squamous cell carcinoma
(H&E X 125)
Figure 26 - Squamous cell carcinoma with keratin (H&E X 48)
Figure 27 - Perineural invasion by squamous cell carcinoma of lip, longitudinal section (H&E X 20)
Figure 28 - Intra and perineural invasion by melanoma (H&E X 20)
Figure 29 - Adenoid cystic carcinoma with intra and perineural invasion, longitudinal section (H&E X 20)
Figure 30 - High power view of adenoid cystic carcinoma in perineural space (H&E X 48)

 

    

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