Pвncreas heterotуpico Neoplбsicos. Adenomas tubulo-vilosos. Adenomas sгo neoplasias benignas, constituнdas por cйlulas epiteliais que se dispхem formando glвndulas. Quando o adenoma й classificado de tubular й porque as cйlulas epiteliais formam glвndulas tubulares. Nos adenomas vilosos as cйlulas epiteliais formam projeзхes digitiformes, chamadas vilosidades, na superfнcie do pуlipo.
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A celularidade era leve em cinco casos e moderada em um. They arise in the muscle coats of the bowel as leiomyomas or leiomyosarcomas. Histologically the differentiation between benign and malignant may be difficult and causes problem to choose the best treatment. Recently, immunohistochemical techniques showed that many of these tumours had no smooth muscle differentiation and are actually GISTs. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumours, GISTs, are histologically, immunohistochemically and genetically different from leiomyomas and leiomyosarcomas.
Five leiomyomas were in the muscularis mucosae. By the application of the immunohistochemical technique in tumours of the circular and longitudinal layers with the markers CD, CD34, PTN S- , smooth muscle actine and desmin, only one leiomyoma from the mural layer was confirmed and other five lesions were proved to be GISTs.
Surgery is the best treatment because radiotherapy or chemotherapy are not effective. The Imatinibe mesylate, selective inhibitor of the tirosina kinase expressed in GISTs, can be the therapeutic option for metastatic GISTs or for those impossible to resect.
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