CG

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AcronymDefinition
CGComputer Graphics
CGCenter of Gravity
CGCentigram
CGComplete Games (baseball; pitching)
CGCoast Guard
CGGuided Missile Cruiser
CGComputer Generated
CGCommanding General (US DoD)
CGComputational Geometry
CGCard Game
CGCharacter Generator
CGCorporate Governance
CGCommon Ground
CGCayman Islands
CGColor Guard
CGConceptual Graph
CGCloud to Ground (lightning)
CGCommunications Group (USAF)
CGZaire
CGCrna Gora (Montenegro)
CGCampground
CGCode Generation
CGCowgirl
CGConjugate Gradient (iterative method)
CGDemocratic Republic of the Congo
CGCute Girl
CGCovergirl (cosmetics)
CGCaregiver
CGConsumer Goods
CGCode Geass (anime)
CGChe Guevara (revolutionary)
CGCoastguard
CGCall Girl
CGConsul General
CGCapital Gain (finance)
CGRepublic of Congo (country code, top level domain)
CGConsultative Group
CGComptroller General
CGPhosgene
CGCanadian Geographic Magazine
CGClinical Governance
CGConstruction General (USACE)
CGCertified Genealogist
CGCute Guy
CgChromogranin
CgC for Graphics (nVidia's Shader Language)
CGCompass Group
CGContact Group
CGChaotic Good (gaming)
CGCarlyle Group
CGCenter Grove (High School)
CGComplementation Group
CGChat Group (Dark Age of Camelot online game)
CGCoarse Graining
CGCrabgrass (botany)
CGCell Group
CGControls Group
CGCrossing Guard
CGCharging Gateway
CGCord Grip
CGCongruency
CGCommunication Gnome
CGClassification Guide
CGCorner Guard (construction)
CGChannel Guard (Ericsson/General Electric)
CGCombustion Gas
CGCommand Guidance
CGCiliary Ganglion
CGCeremonial Guard
CGCorrespondence Group
CGComputer Genius
CGComparative Government (political science)
CGCockcroft and Gault
CGChappe et Gessalin (French automobile maker; est. 1957)
CGCity Graphic
CGClimb Gradient (aviation)
CGCookie Grabber (gaming)
CGCoimbra Group (est. 1985)
CGCrystal Gateway (Crystal City, Arlington, VA)
CGCommunications Gateway
CGCitizens Gas
CGChanging of the Guards (military ceremony)
CGConsolidated Guidance
CGCall Guard (GE two-way radio)
CGChristian-Gamers (gaming group)
CGCertificate of Graduation
CGCabri Geometry
CGChange Guide
CGCyanogenic Glucoside
CGContadora Group
CGCisgender (non-transgender)
CGConnection Gateway
CGConcentration Guide
CGChairman’s guidance (US DoD)
CGCompilation Guide
CGChaos Guild
CGCalcgames.org
CGCentral of Georgia Railway Company
CGComputers and Games Conference
CGClinton Group Inc. (Canada)
CGContingency Guidance
CGClan Genocide (gaming clan)
CGCelera Genomics Corporation
CGCertified Graphologist
CGComparative Genocide
CGCarolina Group, Inc. (stock symbol)
CGContact Guarding
CGChampion Gathering (Christianity)
CGCapacity Gages
CGCentro Guía (Guatemala, religious group gathering center)
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In September 2000, baseline measurements revealed that the patient had elevated serum levels of serotonin (1,120 ng/ml; normal: 55 to 260), chromogranin A (300 ng/ml; normal: 2.
of Cases) Positive Negative Pancytokeratin (a) (11) 3/11 8/11 Vimentin (12) 12/12 0/12 EMA (9) 0/9 9/9 Inhibin (6) 5/6 1/6 SMA (4) 4/4 0/4 S100 (4) 2/4 2/4 PLAP (4) 0/4 4/4 Desmin (3) 2/3 1/3 MIC2 (013) (3) 3/3 0/3 LMW cytokeratin (2) 2/2 0/2 Calretinin (2) 2/2 0/2 ER/PR (1) 0/1 1/1 Chromogranin (1) 0/1 1/1 Synaptophysin (1) 0/1 1/1 c-kit (1) 0/1 1/1 CD30 (1) 0/1 1/1 [beta]-HCG (1) 0/1 1/1 LCA (2) 0/1 1/1 AFP (1) 0/1 1/1 Abbreviations: AFP, [alpha]-fetoprotein; [beta]-HCG, [beta] human chorionic gonad-otropin; EMA, epithelial membrane antigen; ER/PR, estrogen and progesterone receptor; LCA, leukocyte common antigen; LMW, low molecular weight;PLAP, placental alkaline phosphatase; SMA, smooth muscle actin.
Small cell carcinoma of the lung shows up to 90% positivity for thyroid transcription factor 1 (TTF-1) and is positive for CD56, chromogranin, and synaptophysin in two-thirds of cases.
In immunohistochemical results, the neoplastic cells were strongly and diffusely positive for chromogranin and synaptophysin and showed a low proliferation index of 15% on the MIB-1 tests (Figure 4, B).
Immunohistochemistry, however, can lead to a definitive diagnosis; this tumor is positive for neuroendocrine markers such as chromogranin, synaptophysin, neuron-specific enolase, and protein gene product 9.
Both NEC and olfactory neuroblastoma express neuroendocrine markers such as synaptophysin and chromogranin, both of which were expressed in our case, as well as S- 100 protein, which was not.
Special stains were positive for chromogranin and synaptophysin, and negative for S-100 protein.
Paraffin-embedded tissue blocks representative of the tumors were retrieved, and immunostaining for AE1/AE3 (Dako, Carpinteria, California), cytokeratin (CK) 7 (Dako), CK20 (Dako), CD56 (Ventana Medical Systems, Tucson, Arizona), synaptophysin (Dako), chromogranin (Dako), and thyroid transcription factor 1 (Dako) was performed using commercially available antibodies.
The paraganglioma tumour cells were strongly immunoreactive for chromogranin and synaptophysin and were negative for keratin immunostains, including high and low molecular weight cytokeratins and cytokeratins AE1/AE3.
Immunostains demonstrated uniform cytoplasmic expression of synaptophysin and chromogranin, also characteristic of carcinoid tumors.
The tumor cells are also positive for neuroendocrine markers, including synaptophysin and chromogranin (Figure, D).
Clinical and demographic findings can help make distinctions, as can pertinent immunohistochemical reactions to synaptophysin, chromogranin, neuron-specific enolase (NSE), neurofilament protein (NFP), S-100 protein, keratin, CD45RB, desmin, CD99, and HMB45.