Atypical Granular Cell Tumor with Intranuclear Inclusions: A Case Report

Dr Sindhu Nair. P
2016 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
Atypical and malignant granular cell tumors are relatively uncommon constituting 1-2% of all granular cell tumors. We present a case of 57 year old man known to have squamous cell carcinoma of anal canal in 2008, now presenting with a chest wall nodule of 2 months duration. Fine needle aspiration of the chest wall nodule yielded atypical pleomorphic cells with abundant granular cytoplasm and vesicular nuclei with prominent nucleoli and intranuclear inclusions. A biopsy was advised and tru cut
more » ... opsy proved it to be atypical granular cell tumor, positive forS100 and KP1. We present this case to increase the awareness of this uncommon entity presenting as a subcutaneous nodule.
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v4i9.24 fatcat:tsakeset2nf6rez7f3ck74c63y