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A 65 yr man with inguinal adenopathy undergoes a lymph node biopsy. Microscopy shows replacement of nodal tissue by cells that form well-formed, uniform glandular structures, nuclei are relatively small and nucleoi are inconspicuos. Immunohistochemical stain for PSA is positive.These findings are consistent with which of the following?
A. High grade, high stage neoplasm
B. High grade, low stage neoplasm
C. Low grade, high stage neoplasm
D. Low grade, low stage neoplasm
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i think C) low grade(small nuclei) high stage(nodal involvement) neoplasm...???

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well differentiated..low grade,lymph node metastasis...high stage
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high stage low grade tumor
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A 65 yr man with inguinal adenopathy undergoes a lymph node biopsy. Microscopy shows replacement of nodal tissue by cells that form well-formed, uniform glandular structures, nuclei are relatively small and nucleoi are inconspicuos. Immunohistochemical stain for PSA is positive.These findings are consistent with which of the following?
A. High grade, high stage neoplasm
B. High grade, low stage neoplasm
C. Low grade, high stage neoplasm
D. Low grade, low stage neoplasm
C. Low grade, high stage neoplasm
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