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Histological Typing Of Lung Tumours 1
E. Chaves, T. Pessoa, O. Campobasso, J. Chrétien, L. Hochholzer, L. Kreyberg, M. J. Matthews, P. Miřejovský, I. G. Olchovskaya, G. Riotton, R. Seal, K. Shanmugaratnam, Y. Shimosato, L. H. Sobin, H. Spencer, R. Yesner, L. Zettergren, M. Amorim, H. Brandt, R. Camain., J. Delarue, H. Hamperl, L. Haranghy, E. Letterer, A. Liebow, J. Mcdonald, E. E. Pantangco, V. Ramalingswami, R. Seldam, A. Strukov, A. Thackray, J. G. Thomson, H. Torloni, E. Uehlinger, H. Ungar
Published 1981 · Medicine
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The WHO Histological Classification of Lung Tumours, published in 1967, has been revised. The main features are as follows: Squamous cell carcinoma (epidermoid carcinoma) has the same definition as in the original version, i.e., the identification of keratin and/or intercellular bridges by light microscopy. Three degrees of histological differentiation are described. Dysplasia and carcinoma in situ are discussed. Small cell carcinoma is divided into oat-cell carcinoma, an intermediate cell type and a category for oat-cell carcinomas combined with other major types. Adenocarcinoma includes the acinar, papillary and bronchiolo-alveolar forms and the solid carcinomas with mucus formation (previously part of the large cell carcinoma group). Mesothelial tumours are divided into fibrous, epithelial and biphasic subtypes. A number of less common tumours and tumour-like lesions are defined.
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