Tumores metastásicos

Los pulmones son un lugar muy frecuente para las metástasis. Metástasis son diagnosticadas en el esputo hasta en un 70% de los casos.

  • Carcinomas escamocelulares del tracto aerodigestivo
  • Carcinoma de mama
  • Carcinoma de células renales
  • Adenocarcinoma el tracto digestivo
  • Carcinoma de vejiga
  • Tumores malignos del tracto genital masculino y femenino
  • Carcinoma de tiroides
  • Melanoma
  • Neoplasias malignas hematopoyéticas
  • Sarcoma

La confirmación de una enfermedad metastásica es una indicación mayor para la realización de una FNA transtoráxica

Primary sites for some metastatic tumors can be inferred based on their characteristic cytologic features, but the clinical history is particularly important. Tissue-specific markers can be assessed on cell block preparations; immunocytochemistry is often helpful in distinguishing primary from metastatic disease and in identifying the origin of metastasis.

Breast
Colon
FNA meta renis? carc

Signet ring carcinoma:

Signet ring carcinoma
Signet ring carcinoma

Renal clear cell carcinoma:

Renal clear cell carcinoma
Renal clear cell carcinoma

Oncocytic thyroid carcinoma:

Oncocytic thyroid carcinoma
Oncocytic thyroid carcinoma
Oncocytic thyroid carcinoma

Metastatic epidermoid carcinoma:

Metastatic epidermoid carcinoma
Metastatic epidermoid carcinoma

Metastatic breast carcinoma:

Metastatic breast carcinoma
Metastatic breast carcinoma

Varoius:

Metastatic sarcoma
Soft tissue sarcoma
ER positive
Bronchial brush breast

 

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