Lymph nodes - not lymphoma
Inclusions, pigment, ectopic cells or tissue
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- Scattered cells to sheets of foamy macrophages and refractile droplets of clear material
- Usually refractile material consistent with silicone, less commonly polygonal foreign material consistent with polyurethrane
- May have giant cells and vacuolated cells
Germinal centers surrounded by sinuses
Silicone particles in cystic spaces
Silicone deposits in axillary lymph node - Contributed by Dr. Mark R. Wick
End of Lymph nodes - not lymphoma > Inclusions, pigment, ectopic cells or tissue > Silicone
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