Soft tissue tumors
High grade vascular lesions
Reviewer: Vijay Shankar, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 19 February 2013, last major update November 2012
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80 year old man with multiple splenic infarcts |
Left two images are from abdominal aorta
- Tumors are typically largely necrotic, with poorly differentiated epithelioid and pleomorphic cells associated with tunica intima
- Metastatic tumors tend to have different morphology from primary, including angiosarcomatous, osteosarcomatous or rhabdomyosarcomatous differentation
80 year old man with multiple splenic infarcts
Causing aortic rupture
End of Soft tissue tumors > High grade vascular lesions > Intimal sarcoma
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