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Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy with highly differentiated neural component. Light and electron microscopic study.

A pigmented tumor was removed from the maxillar alveolar process of a 5-month-old boy. It was examined by light and electron microscopy and a diagnosis of melanotic neuroectodermal tumor was made. In addition to connective tissue, three main cell types were identified: undifferentiated (stem) cells, melanocytes, and nerve cells with processes forming an abundant neuropil. Numerous axo-dendritic and occasional axo-somatic synapses were observed. The neural component demonstrated better differentiation in this example than in any reported so far.[1]


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