Opinion Article - Journal of Cancer Clinical Research (2022) Volume 5, Issue 3
Correlation between pathologic tumors and granular cell tumors.
Tracheobronchial masses include a wide range of substances, extending from generous and dangerous neoplasms to irresistible and incendiary forms. This article surveys the cross-sectional discoveries of tracheal tumors and tumor-like substances, relates imaging discoveries with histologic pathology, and examines pearls and pitfalls in precisely diagnosing and classifying tracheal tumors and mimics To portray the population-based rate and clinical characteristics of granular cell tumors of the tracheobronchial tree. All recently enrolled tracheobronchial granular cell tumors within the Dutch Arrange and National Database for Pathology for 10 successive a long time (1990-1999) was recognized. The histologic conclusion was affirmed and understanding socioeconomics, administration, and follow-up information were analyzed.Author(s): Stephen Thomas