Model Information:

Cholangiocellular carcinoma. The tumor forms irregular glandular, cribriform or funicular structures and has an infiltrative growth pattern. The neoplastic cells show cubic or columnar form with nuclear atypia. Mild fatty degeneration and mild chronic inflammation may be seen in peripheral hepatic tissue.

Summary

Cancer TypeCholangiocarcinoma
SubtypeICC
GradeNA
StageNA
EthnicityAsian
GenderM
Age47
Pathology Diagnosis

Cholangiocellular carcinoma. The tumor forms irregular glandular, cribriform or funicular structures and has an infiltrative growth pattern. The neoplastic cells show cubic or columnar form with nuclear atypia. Mild fatty degeneration and mild chronic inflammation may be seen in peripheral hepatic tissue.

Biopsy SiteLiver
Treatment HistoryNA
Pathology QCWell differentiated adenocarcinoma (Pa, P3).
Special FeaturesHBV(-)
Mouse StrainBalb/c nu
TMANA
PublicationNA

Growth Characteristics

Additional Characteristics