AbstractWe thank Dr. Geller for his invaluable notes on the curious case we reported in the last issue of Autopsy and Case Reports. In fact, as stated in the microscopic description of that lung tumor, the morphological features suggested a “poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma with hepatoid features,” and we agree that this might be a better title for the report. For instance, this was the final diagnosis in the autopsy report since stringent criteria for hepatocellular differentiation as stated by Dr. Geller were not met.
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