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Large nest micropapillary pattern of lung adenocarcinoma has poorer prognosis than typical floret pattern: analysis of 1,062 resected tumors

Large nest micropapillary pattern of lung adenocarcinoma has poorer prognosis than typical floret pattern: analysis of 1,062 resected tumors

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7354135/

Keywords: Lung adenocarcinoma (L-ADC), micropapillary pattern (MP-p), large nest, prognosis Lung adenocarcinoma (L-ADC) is the most common histological subtype of primary lung cancer. It exhibits molecular, clinical, radiological, surgical, and pathological heterogeneity ( 1). The micropapillary pattern (MP-p) of L-ADC was initially reported in 2002 ( 2) and has been described to have a poor prognostic pattern ( 3- 9).