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Benign lesions/conditions


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Revised: 14 April 2012, last major update April 2012
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● Ectomesenchymoma is rare, fast-growing tumor of the nervous system or soft tissue that occurs mainly in children (Wikipedia)

Case reports

● 5 month old infant (Pediatr Surg Int 1999;15:68)
Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci 2003;40:429

Micro description

● Either ectodermal derivatives (neuroblasts and ganglion cells) or mesenchymal components mostly represented by plump, elongated cells in interlacing bundles often showing rhabdomyoblastic differentiation, including strap-like and racket-shaped cells

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