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Acinic Cell Carcinoma : Secondary Changes

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Some cases of acinic cell carcinoma show secondary changes that may occur either spontaneously or following fine needle aspiration biopsy. These changes include infarction, cystic degeneration, hemorrhage, chronic inflammation and fibrosis, cholesterol clefts, and lipogranulomatous reaction.

This image shows fibrosis, chronic inflammation and cholesterol clefts on the left and the tumor with microcystic pattern on the right.

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