Angiosarcoma replacing bone marrow--a case report.

@article{Smith2005AngiosarcomaRB,
  title={Angiosarcoma replacing bone marrow--a case report.},
  author={Roger A. Smith and Sergey A Dzugan and Syed Furqan Rafique and Marsha E Lucas},
  journal={Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={35-6}
}
BACKGROUND Clinical syndromes caused by marrow replacement by neoplastic cells are usually proven to arise from cells of hematopoetic or carcinomatous lineage. Diffuse marrow replacement by mesodermal origin sarcoma is rare in adults, and angiosarcoma replacing bone marrow is a very rare neoplasm. METHODS A case of bone marrow replacement by angiosarcoma in a 54-year-old African American man is described with a review of pertinent literature. The unique histopathologic features of this… CONTINUE READING