and Systemic Histopathology, C601&C602
Slide 111: Lymph node with metastatic
||Here you can see that
most of the lymph node has been replaced by the tumor. Only a small
amount of the uninvolved node remains along one margin.
See this slide with the
||It would be almost impossible
to tell just from the histology the source of the primary lesion in this
case, but I do expect you to be able to make a good guess. Note the
glandular pattern. See if you can tell where the tumor made its first invasion
of this node.