Granular Cell Tumour of the Chest Wall: FNA Diagnosis with a Review of Literature and Elaboration of Cytological Mimickers ED01-ED03
Dr. Prajwala Gupta,
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Granular Cell Tumours (GCTs) are uncommon tumours which can be confused with other benign soft tissue tumours on clinical examination. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) plays a significant role in their diagnosis. There are certain cytological mimickers of GCTs so a cytopathologist must be aware of its characteristic cytomorphology. These tumours can be present anywhere on the body; however, chest wall is one of the uncommon sites. We present a case of GCT present on the chest wall in an elderly male as a subcutaneous nodule. We have discussed the common cytological differential of GCTs, features of malignant GCTs along with cytomorphological and immunohistochemical features.