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Microscope Prostate Carcinoma and bone mets!

whats the histology of biopsy of a person with mets to the vertebrae in prostate ca??

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osteoBLASTic lesion...or are you asking for a more in-depth answer?
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thanks but more indpeth as in what would u see on histology
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The histological presentation of osteoblastic metastasis in prostate cancer is "plemorphic epithelial cells forming duct-like structures".

This is the answer most members chose in this thread - The histology of ostoeblastic metastatic prostate tumor?

You can also look at the following thread for discussions - Osteoblastic Verterbral Metastasis

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