Pathology and Microbiology; Paediatric Surgery
Nesidioblastosis is quantitative as well as qualitative abnormality of pancreatic endocrine cells. There is scattering of small endocrine cell clusters arranged haphazardly rather than the peripheral location within the lobule1,2. Islet contours are irregular, tailing off into parenchyma3. These islets are present in intimate association with ducts forming ductuloinsular complexes1 We recently encountered a new born baby with signs and symptoms of endocrine cell dysplasia.
Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
Soomro, I. N.,
(2000). Endocrine cell dysplasia (nesidioblastosis): A relatively unrecognized entity in Pakistan?. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 50(10), 361-363.
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