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Ciliated cyst of probable mullerian origin arising in the posterior mediastinum

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Hattori, H. Ciliated cyst of probable mullerian origin arising in the posterior mediastinum. Virchows Arch 446, 82–84 (2005).

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  • Progesterone Receptor
  • Endometriosis
  • Ciliated Cell
  • Line Epithelium
  • Epithelial Membrane Antigen