Prostate carcinoma with squamous differentiation


Squamous differentiation in prostate cancer is exceedingly rare and is more often, yet not exclusively, seen in cases of prior hormone or radiation therapy, and is usually associated with a poor prognosis. In general, the adenocarcinoma component is typically high-grade, whereas the squamous component has a wider range of differentiation.

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