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By The International Agency for Research on Cancer, J. Eble, J. Epstein, I. Sesterhenn, G. Sauter

(IARC Press) entire textual content of tumors within the worried approach. Illustrated with full-color slides, photographs, and images. wide references. past version: c1997. For practitioners and researchers. Softcover.

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Extrapleural solitary fibrous tumour ICD-O code 8815/1 Solitary fibrous tumours are tumours of CD34-positive fibroblasts which often show a prominent haemangiopericytomalike vascular pattern. 1% of all neoplasms. All ages can be affected without a gender predilection. Tumours can affect the nasal cavity, nasopharynx or paranasal sinuses. Patients present with nasal obstruction, epistaxis or other nonspecific symptoms. The tumour is usually A polypoid and firm. It is composed of a variably cellular proliferation of bland spindle-shaped cells with nondescript growth pattern associated with “ropy” keloidal collagen bundles and interlaced thin-walled vascular spaces.

As in inverted papilloma, the carcinoma complicating oncocytic papilloma may arise within the papilloma, as evidenced by a gradation of histologic changes ranging from dysplasia to in situ to invasive carcinoma, or it may only be associated with the papilloma. Prognosis depends on the histologic type, degree of invasion, and the extent of tumour. In some instances, the carcinoma is in situ and of little consequence to the patient, whereas others are locally aggressive and may metastasize. Differential diagnosis The intraepithelial mucin-filled cysts of an oncocytic papilloma are often mistaken for rhinosporidiosis.

Localization Most fibrosarcomas originate in one or A more paranasal sinuses, while origination confined to the nasal cavity alone is less common {168,345,826,1041,1317, 2438}. The “infantile-type” fibrosarcoma in the sinonasal tract is exceedingly uncommon in the sinonasal tract and occurs near the choana {349,1041, 1317}. Clinical features Nearly all patients have nasal obstruction, often associated with epistaxis, while pain, sinusitis, nasal discharge, swelling, anosmia, and proptosis are less common.

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