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General: primary referencessoft tissue-normalsarcomas-generalapproach to diagnosisarchitectural patternscell typesgradingmolecularstagingsyndromes

Infections, inflammation and hematoma: generalgranulomatoushematomanecrotizing fasciitisPVP granulomatumoral calcinosis

Tumors
Adipose tissue: embryology & physiologywhite fatbrown fat
lipoma and variants: lipomaangiolipomachondroidfibrolipomaintramuscularlipoma arborescenslipoma of tendon sheathlipomatosislipomatosis of nervelumbosacralmyolipomamyxoidnevus lipomatosuspelvicpleomorphic / spindle cell
other benign lesions: hemosiderotic fibrohistiocytichibernomalipoblastomasubconjunctival herniated orbital fat
liposarcoma: generalatypical lipomatous tumor / well differentiated ( variants: inflammatorylipoleiomyosarcomadedifferentiated )   myxoid-generalmyxoid-well differentiatedmyxoid-round cellpleomorphicmixed typesclerosing poorly differentiated

Extraskeletal bone tumors: aneurysmal bone cystchondromachondrosarcomachordomaEwing/PNETosteosarcomaparachordoma

Fibroblastic / myofibroblastic: generalfibroblastic/myofibroblastic - normalangiofibromaangiomyofibroblastomacalcifying aponeurotic fibromacalcifying fibrous tumorcellular angiofibromadermatofibrosarcoma protuberansdesmoplastic fibroblastomaelastofibromaeosinophilic fasciitisfibroma of tendon sheathfibromatosis-generalfibromatosis-superficialfibromatosis-deepfibromatosis collifibrosarcoma-adultfibrosarcoma-infantilefibrous hamartoma of infancyfocal myositisGardner fibromagiant cell angiofibromagiant cell fibroblastomahemangiopericytomainclusion body fibromatosisinflammatory myofibroblastic tumorintranodal palisaded myofibroblastomaischemic fasciitisjuvenile hyaline fibromatosislipofibromatosislow grade fibromyxoid sarcomalow grade myofibroblastic sarcomamammary type myofibroblastomamyofibroma / myofibromatosismyositis ossificansmyxofibrosarcomamyxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcomanodular fasciitis and related lesionsnuchal fibrocartilaginous pseudotumornuchal type fibromaossifying fibromyxoid tumorpleomorphic fibromaproliferative fasciitisproliferative myositisproliferative peribursitissclerosing epithelioid fibrosarcomasolitary fibrous tumorsuperficial acral fibromyxoma

Fibrohistiocytic: benign fibrous histiocytoma and variants: superficialdeepaneurysmalangiomatoidatypicalcellularepithelioidjuvenile xanthogranuloma
other benign lesions: generalatypical fibroxanthomagiant cell tumor of soft tissuegiant cell tumor of tendon sheath-diffusegiant cell tumor of tendon sheath-localizedMFH-giant cellMFH-inflammatoryMFH-pleomorphicPHATplexiform fibrohistiocytic tumor

Mesenchymal: hamartomamesenchymomaphosphaturic mesenchymal tumor

Peripheral nerve:
neurofibroma: generalpacinianpigmentedplexiformneurofibromatosis type 1type 2
other benign: normalmyxopapillary ependymomanerve sheath myxomaneuromaneurothekeomaperineuriomapigmented neuroectodermal tumor of infancyschwannoma
malignant: lymphomaMPNST

Perivascular epithelioid cell: PEComa-generalabdominopelvic sarcomafalciform ligament / ligamentum teres

Skeletal Muscle: skeletal muscle-normalneuromuscular hamartomamyxoma
rhabdomyoma: adultfetalgenital
rhabdomyosarcoma: generalalveolaranaplasticembryonalpleomorphicsclerosing

Smooth Muscle: generalangioleiomyomaEBV-related
leiomyoma: classicbizarrecutaneousepithelioidgenitaldeep soft tissue
leiomyosarcoma: generalcutaneousepithelioidmyxoidpleomorphicrhabdoid features

Vascular:
normal/benign: normalbacillary angiomatosisglomushemangioma-general-microvenular-symplasticintravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasiamyopericytomavascular ectasias
low/intermediate grade: giant cell angioblastomahemangioendotheliomaKaposi sarcoma
high grade: angiosarcomaintimal sarcoma
Lymphangioma: -general-cystic-post-radiationlymphangiomatosislymphangioendotheliomalymphangiomyomalymphangiosarcoma

Other: alveolar soft part sarcomaclear cell sarcomadesmoplastic small round cell tumorepithelioid sarcomagranular cell tumormetastasesmyoepithelial carcinomamyospherulosismyxomarhabdoid tumorsinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathysynovial sarcomateratoma

Superpages: part 1 (normal to extraskeletal bone tumors)part 2 (fibroblastic / myofibroblastic)part 3 (fibrohistiocytic to perivascular epithelioid cell)part 4 (skeletal muscle to other)


Index (Alphabetical Table of Contents)
A-E: adipose: embryology & physiologyalveolar soft part sarcomaaneurysmal BFHangiofibromaangioleiomyomaangiolipomaangiomatoid BFHangiomyofibroblastomaangiosarcomaapproach to diagnosisarchitectural patternsatypical BFHatypical fibroxanthomaatypical lipomatous tumor / well differentiatedbacillary angiomatosisbenign fibrous histiocytoma (superficial)brown fatcalcifying aponeurotic fibromacalcifying fibrous tumorcell typescellular angiofibromacellular BFHchondroid lipomaclear cell sarcomadedifferentiated liposarcomadeep benign fibrous histiocytomadermatofibrosarcoma protuberansdesmoplastic fibroblastomadesmoplastic small round cell tumorEBV-related smooth muscleelastofibromaeosinophilic fasciitisepithelioid BFHepithelioid sarcomaextraskeletal aneurysmal bone cystextraskeletal chondromaextraskeletal chondrosarcomaextraskeletal chordomaextraskeletal Ewing/PNETextraskeletal osteosarcoma

F-J: fibroblastic/myofibroblastic - generalfibroblastic/myofibroblastic - normalfibrohistiocytic-generalfibrolipomafibroma of tendon sheathfibromatosis collifibromatosis-deepfibromatosis-generalfibromatosis-superficialfibrosarcoma-adultfibrosarcoma-infantilefibrous hamartoma of infancyfocal myositisGardner fibromagiant cell angioblastomagiant cell angiofibromagiant cell fibroblastomagiant cell tumor of soft tissuegiant cell tumor of tendon sheath-diffusegiant cell tumor of tendon sheath-localizedglomusgradinggranular cell tumorgranulomatoushemangioendotheliomahemangioma-general hemangioma-microvenular hemangioma-symplastichemangiopericytomahematomahemosiderotic fibrohistiocytic lipomatous lesionhibernomainclusion body fibromatosisinfections-generalinflammatory liposarcomainflammatory myofibroblastic tumorintimal sarcomaintramuscular lipomaintranodal palisaded myofibroblastomaintravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasiaischemic fasciitisjuvenile hyaline fibromatosisjuvenile xanthogranuloma

K-O: Kaposi sarcomaleiomyoma-bizarreleiomyoma-classicleiomyoma-cutaneousleiomyoma-deep soft tissueleiomyoma-epithelioidleiomyoma-genitalleiomyosarcoma-cutaneousleiomyosarcoma-epithelioidleiomyosarcoma-generalleiomyosarcoma-myxoidleiomyosarcoma-pleomorphicleiomyosarcoma-rhabdoid featureslipoblastomalipofibromatosislipoleiomyosarcomalipomalipoma arborescenslipoma of tendon sheathlipomatosislipomatosis of nerveliposarcoma-generallow grade fibromyxoid sarcomalow grade myofibroblastic sarcomalumbosacral lipomalymphangioma-generallymphangioma-cysticlymphangioma-post-radiationlymphangiomatosislymphangioendotheliomalymphangiomyomalymphangiosarcomalymphomamammary type myofibroblastomamesenchymal hamartomamesenchymomametastasesMFH-giant cellMFH-inflammatoryMFH-pleomorphic mixed type liposarcomamolecularMPNSTmyoepithelial carcinomamyofibroma / myofibromatosismyolipomamyopericytomamyositis ossificansmyospherulosismyxofibrosarcomamyxoid lipomamyxoid liposarcoma-generalmyxoid-round cell liposarcomamyxoid-well differentiated liposarcomamyxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcomamyxomamyxopapillary ependymomanecrotizing fasciitisnerves-normalnerve sheath myxomaneurofibroma-generalneurofibroma-pacinianneurofibroma-pigmentedneurofibroma-plexiformneurofibromatosis type 1neurofibromatosis type 2neuromaneuromuscular hamartomaneurothekeomanevus lipomatosusnodular fasciitis and related lesionsnuchal fibrocartilaginous pseudotumornuchal type fibromaossifying fibromyxoid tumor

P-Z: parachordomaPEComaPEComa-abdominopelvic sarcomaPEComa-falciform ligament / ligamentum terespelvic lipomaperineuriomaphosphaturic mesenchymal tumorpigmented neuroectodermal tumor of infancypleomorphic fibromapleomorphic hyalinizing angiectatic tumorpleomorphic liposarcomapleomorphic / spindle cell lipomaplexiform fibrohistiocytic tumorprimary referencesproliferative fasciitisproliferative myositisproliferative peribursitisPVP granulomarhabdoid tumorrhabdomyoma-adultrhabdomyoma-fetalrhabdomyoma-genitalrhabdomyosarcoma-alveolarrhabdomyosarcoma-anaplasticrhabdomyosarcoma-embryonalrhabdomyosarcoma-generalrhabdomyosarcoma-pleomorphicrhabdomyosarcoma-sclerosingsarcomas-generalschwannomasclerosing epithelioid fibrosarcomasclerosing poorly differentiated liposarcomasinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathyskeletal muscle-normalsmooth muscle generalsoft tissue-normalsolitary fibrous tumorsubconjunctival herniated orbital fatstagingsuperficial acral fibromyxomasyndromessynovial sarcomateratomatumoral calcinosisvascular ectasiasvasculature-normalwhite fat

Primary references
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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)
Weiss: Soft Tissue Tumors (5th edition, 2007)
Fletcher:Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of Soft Tissue and Bone (AFIP 3rd Series, Vol 30), 2004
Fletcher:Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of Soft Tissue and Bone (WHO, Vol 5), 2002, PDF
Websites with images: PathoPicUSCAP (virtual slides)WebPathology.com



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