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Primary cardiac low grade sarcomas mimicking myxomas. Pitfall in diagnosis

Primary cardiac low grade sarcomas mimicking myxomas. Pitfall in diagnosis,10.1016/j.mpdhp.2011.01.004,Diagnostic Histopathology,Manjiri Deshmukh,Nich

Primary cardiac low grade sarcomas mimicking myxomas. Pitfall in diagnosis  
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Cardiac sarcomas can resemble myxomas macroscopically and microscopically. These tumours can be easily misdiagnosed unless examined carefully. The presence of spindle cells with mitoses, hypercellular areas the formation of a cellular “cambium” layer beneath the surface and/or an unusual location of the tumour are often helpful in recognizing the true nature of these tumours.
Journal: Diagnostic Histopathology , vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 206-209, 2011
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