Color Atlas of Soft Tissue Tumors
Featuring 750 gross and microscopic photographs, this is a comprehensive and authoritative visual reference source on soft tumors and tumor-like variants. A must for practitioners in pathology, surgery and oncology.
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abundant adults angiosarcoma associated benign bone cellular chondrosarcoma circumscribed clinical collagen cutaneous cysts cytoplasm dermis DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS diffuse eosinophilic eosinophilic cytoplasm epithelioid examples Extraskeletal fascicles fibroblasts fibroma fibromatosis fibrosarcoma fibrosis fibrous septa Figs continued frequently giant cell tumor glomus tumors Granular Cell Tumor head and neck hemangioendothelioma hemangioma Hemangiopericytoma hemorrhage histiocytes hyalinized Infantile infiltrative inflammatory intramuscular involve Kaposi's sarcoma leiomyoma Leiomyosarcoma lesions lipoblasts lipoma lungs lymph nodes Malignant fibrous histiocytoma Malignant peripheral nerve mature fat mesothelial mesothelioma metastases MICROSCOPIC FEATURES Mitoses MPNST multinodular Multinucleated giant cells multiple myo)fibroblasts myositis Myxoid change Myxoid liposarcoma myxoid matrix Myxoma necrosis neoplasm nerve sheath tumor neurofibroma nodular fasciitis nuclear nuclei osteosarcoma papillary paragangliomas patients peripheral nerve sheath pleomorphism plexiform prognosis proliferation prominent rare recurrences retroperitoneum rhabdomyosarcoma round cell schwannoma seen skeletal muscle smooth muscle spindle cell subcutis synovial sarcoma tendon sheath tends to occur trichrome stain typically usually vacuoles variant vessels Well-differentiated