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Fig. 8.75 Metastatic tubular adenocarcinoma from the stomach. A Haematoxylin and eosin. B Intraluminal diastase-resistant PAS positive mucin.

Fig. 8.75 Metastatic tubular adenocarcinoma from the stomach. A Haematoxylin and eosin. B Intraluminal diastase-resistant PAS positive mucin.

Fig. 8.76 Metastatic colorectal carcinoma. A Tumour is necrotic and cell type is typically columnar. B Necrosis may result in calcification.

while 34% had hepatic metastases at autopsy in another {1517}. In a study of randomly selected liver biopsies from England and Wales {852}, the commonest histological type of metastasis was adenocarcinoma (39%), followed by carcinoma not otherwise specified (36%); the rest were undifferentiated small cell carcinoma, other special types of carcinoma, and lymphomas.

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