Oncocytic hepatocellular tumor

oncocytic hepatocellular tumor on·co·cyt·ic hepatocellular tumor (ŏng’kə-sĭt’ĭk)
A tumor in which malignant hepatocytes are intersected by fibrous lamellated bands.


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