A foreign body giant cell reaction will contain giant cells, but not a mononuclear cell stroma.
What does FBGC stand for?
FBGC stands for Foreign Body Giant Cell (biology)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The pathology report was consistent with granulation tissue, with a foreign body giant cell reaction and an attached piece of wood.
The lack of a neutrophilic infiltrate and foreign body giant cells would rule against a foreign body.
These cells surrounded stalks of stroma that contained blood vessels with foamy histiocytes, extensive hemorrhage, ischemic necrosis, and foreign body giant cell reaction to cholesterol (Figures 2 and 3).