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Recently characterized soft tissue tumors that bring biologic insight

Christopher D M Fletcher

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Figure 11.

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Spindle cell/sclerosing rhabdomyosarcoma. Spindle cell rhabdomyosarcomas have a fascicular growth pattern, easily mistaken for other sarcoma types (top left) but may show readily discernible eosinophilic rhabdomyoblasts in areas (top right). The sclerosing variant commonly has a pseudovascular growth pattern (lower left), but consists of spindle cells with similar morphology to those in the spindle cell variant, separated by a hyaline collagenous stroma (lower right).

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