Goblet Cell Carcinoma – Diagnostic Chart
Conflict of not being able to inhale the morsel of air, i.e., fear of suffocating
In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal (backward)
Flat-growing adeno-ca consisting of goblet cells of the old bronchial-intestinal mucosa of secretory and possibly also of absorptive quality.
In the presence of mycobacteria: Tuberculous caseating necrotizing degradation of the small goblet cell adeno-ca. With multiple recurrences or with the disease in infancy, complete breakdown of goblet cells may occur in the pcl-phase. This results in bronchial cystic fibrosis.
Active phase increased fluid release and a better sliding of the morsel of air.
Carcinoma of the goblet cells of the bronchi. Very rare intrabronchial adeno-ca. Originating from the remnant of the old intestinal mucosa, which developmentally sprouted from the intestine and formed the lung alveoli.