Mohamad Sunbuli

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Malignant granular cell tumor is a rare neoplasm reported to occur at various sites in the body. Histogenesis of these tumors is still vaguely understood; however, their metastatic potential and adverse prognosis is well-described in the literature. The histologic criteria of malignancy proposed by Fanburg-Smith et al are still debatable amongst(More)
Osteogenic osteomalacia (OO)-associated phosphaturic mesenchymal tumors (PMTs) might represent a single histopathologic paraneoplastic entity. These tumors are largely misunderstood, ignored, or unknown by pathologists and clinicians. To elucidate the characteristics of OO-associated PMTs, we retrospectively analyzed the clinicopathologic features of PMTs(More)
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