Lymph nodes - not lymphoma
Inflammatory disorders (non-infectious)
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- Also called lipophagic granuloma
- Secondary to various inflammatory and neoplastic conditions or primary lesion of lymph node
- In West, commonly due to mineral oil ingestion or total parenteral nutrition
- Giant cells (mono- or multinuclear) with foamy and vacuolated cytoplasm
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