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Biliary Duct Granular Cell Tumor: A Rare But Surgically Curable Benign Tumor

By W. David Lewis, Joseph F. Buell, Roger L. Jenkins and Peter A. Burke

Abstract

Granulosa cell tumors are rare benign tumors which may be found throughout the body. Rare cases are isolated within the biliary tree. If completely resected, surgical excision is curative

Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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