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Mulberry Cells in a Hibernoma

Dr Sampurna Roy MD                    


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The Hibernoma is composed of so-called "Mulberry Cells" with scanty stroma.

The characteristic mulberry cell has a centrally located nucleus and multivaculoated foamy cytoplasm in which eosinophilic fat droplet granules are present.


Further reading:

Hibernoma: ultrastructural observations

A case of hibernoma arising in the scalp

Cervical hibernoma

Does malignant hibernoma exist?.



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Dr  Sampurna Roy  MD

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