Р. G. Pironet. On the issue of tumors of adrenal origin (hypernephromas). Archives of Biology Sciences, 1903, No. 1, Volume X

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The author describes one tumor of a sour-yellowish color, the size of a large chestnut, which was, as it were, interspersed into the kidney. A very detailed histological examination is reduced to the fact that the tumor in the center is the usual structure of the adrenal gland and along the periphery it has an epithelial character (papillary and alveolar adenoma). The author refers this tumor to the tumor, which is described by Gravitpem under the name "strumae lipomatodes aberratae renis" and, like Chiari, gives great diagnostic significance to the presence of special pigment cells in this tumor.

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Авторъ описываетъ одну опухоль сѣро-желтоватого цвѣта величиной съ большой каштанъ, которая была какъ-бы вкраплена въ почку. Весьма подробное гистологическое изслѣдованіе сводится къ тому, что опухоль въ центрѣ представляетъ обычное строеніе надпочечника а по периферіи имѣетъ эпителіальный характеръ (папиллярная и альвеолярная аденома). Эту опухоль авторъ относитъ къ тѣмъ, которыя описаны Гравитпемъ подъ названіемъ «strumae lipomatodes aberratae renis» и подобно Кіари придаетъ большое діагностическое значеніе присутствію въ этой опухоли особыхъ пигментныхъ клѣтокъ.

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