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Acinic Cell Carcinoma : Lymphoid Stroma

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Many acinic cell carcinomas contain a prominent lymphoid component with well-developed germinal centers. On fine needle aspirate biopsy, the acinic cells may be mistaken for oncocytic cells and, given the lymphoid component, may lead to a mistaken diagnosis of Warthin's tumor.

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