One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A sarcoma in which the predominant cell type is a malignant fibroblast.
- ‘The characteristic ‘organoid’ pattern helps distinguish fibrous hamartoma of infancy from rhabdomyosarcoma and from infantile fibrosarcomas.’
- ‘The differential diagnosis included fibrous dysplasia and a low-grade fibrosarcoma.’
- ‘Unclassifiable spindle cell sarcoma, fibrosarcoma, or malignant fibrohistiocytoma may resemble the spindle cell areas of angiosarcoma.’
- ‘Foci of malignant spindle cells representing fibrosarcoma were also identified.’
- ‘Malignant fibrous histiocytomas and fibrosarcomas do not contain osteoid or bone and are typically high-grade lesions.’
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