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Poorly Differentiated Gastric Adenocarcinoma Infiltrating Pancreas

The normal acinar and duct structures of the pancreas are gone. Instead, there are infiltrating tumor cells, some in single files, with surrounding fibrosis. The fibrosis was probably a desmoplastic reaction to the tumor. As the cancer infiltrated, the normal acinar and duct structures were replaced by fibrosis.     

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