Shruti Kashikar

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Epithelioid multinodular osteoblastoma is a rare variant of osteoblastoma characterized by numerous nodules of epithelioid osteoblasts surrounding bony trabeculae, as well as clusters of epithelioid osteoblasts without osteoid formation. It commonly occurs in the gnathic bones of the face and spine, and has a male predominance. To date, only 26 cases of(More)
BACKGROUND Based on their distinctive histologic and genetic features, the latest WHO classification of soft tissue tumors includes four pathologic variants of rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS): embryonal (ERMS), alveolar (ARMS), spindle cell-sclerosing (SRMS-ScRMS) and pleomorphic RMS. The aim of this study focused on a detailed clinicopathologic and survival(More)
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