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Clinicopathologic re-evaluation of 100 malignant fibrous histiocytomas: prognostic relevance of subclassification.
PURPOSE Malignant fibrous histiocytoma (MFH) has been regarded as the most common soft tissue sarcoma (STS) in adults. Yet its true nature and the validity of this diagnostic concept haveExpand
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Combined morphologic and karyotypic study of 59 atypical lipomatous tumors. Evaluation of their relationship and differential diagnosis with other adipose tissue tumors (a report of the CHAMP Study
Fifty-nine cases of atypical lipomatous tumors (ALT) of soft tissue (atypical lipomas, well-differentiated liposarcomas) were studied morphologically and cytogenetically as part of an internationalExpand
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Correlation between clinicopathological features and karyotype in lipomatous tumors. A report of 178 cases from the Chromosomes and Morphology (CHAMP) Collaborative Study Group.
Soft tissue tumors commonly show cytogenetic abnormalities, some of which are tumor specific. Lipomatous tumors represent the largest category of soft tissue neoplasms, and numerous karyotypicExpand
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Correlation between clinicopathological features and karyotype in spindle cell sarcomas. A report of 130 cases from the CHAMP study group.
Soft-tissue tumors have proved to be a fruitful area for the identification of reproducible cytogenetic aberrations, especially among pediatric round-cell sarcomas and lipomatous tumors. Thus far,Expand
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Cartilage regeneration after proximal tibial osteotomy for medial gonarthrosis. An arthroscopic, roentgenographic, and histologic study.
High tibial osteotomy for medial gonarthrosis was performed in 28 patients (28 knees). At the time of surgery, arthroscopy was also performed and a cartilage-bone biopsy was obtained.Expand
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Cytogenetic aberrations in 188 benign and borderline adipose tissue tumors
Chromosome studies of lipomas have revealed an extensive cytogenetic heterogeneity. To investigate the frequencies of previously recognized cytogenetic subgroups and to find out if more recurrentExpand
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Scandinavian Sarcoma Group Osteosarcoma Study SSG VIII: prognostic factors for outcome and the role of replacement salvage chemotherapy for poor histological responders.
From 1990 to 1997, 113 eligible patients with classical osteosarcoma received neo-adjuvant chemotherapy consisting of high-dose methotrexate, cisplatin and doxorubicin. Good histological respondersExpand
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Lipomatous lesions of the uterus
Four lipomatous lesions of the uterus are reported and the available literature from 1965 to 1976 is reviewed. It is suggested that these lesions result from metamorphosis of uterine smooth muscleExpand
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Cytogenetic characterization of peripheral nerve sheath tumours: a report of the CHAMP study group.
The findings of characteristic, sometimes pathognomonic, chromosome aberrations in several types of soft tissue tumours have not only added to our understanding of the mechanisms behind the genesisExpand
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Liposarcoma: A population‐based epidemiologic and prognostic study of features of 43 patients, including tumor DNA content
Different conceptions exist regarding the epidemiology and prognosis of liposarcoma, and several classification systems are in use. We analyzed a population‐based, 25‐year series of 43 patients withExpand
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