In contrast to previous work, our preliminary results indicate B72.3 expression cannot be reliably used to identify GIC. A lack of CEA expression, however, may be used to identify both gastric and duodenal contamination. This represents an important diagnostic aid in the evaluation of suspected low-grade mucinous lesions.
Recommended CitationToll, A. D. and Bibbo, M., "Identification of Gastrointestinal Contamination in Pancreatic FNA" (2009). Department of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology Faculty Papers. Paper 35.