Correlation between clinicopathological features and karyotype in spindle cell sarcomas. A report of 130 cases from the CHAMP study group.

@article{Fletcher1999CorrelationBC,
  title={Correlation between clinicopathological features and karyotype in spindle cell sarcomas. A report of 130 cases from the CHAMP study group.},
  author={Christopher D. M. Fletcher and Paola Dal Cin and Ivo de Wever and Nils Mandahl and Fredrik Mertens and Felix Mitelman and Juan Rosai and Anders Rydholm and Rafa{\"e}l Sciot and G. Tallini and Herman Van den Berghe and Roberta Vanni and Helena Will{\'e}n},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={1999},
  volume={154 6},
  pages={
          1841-7
        }
}
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, however, data regarding sarcomas of monomorphic spindle cell type have been limited and somewhat disappointing, with the notable exception of synovial sarcoma. As part of an ongoing international collaborative study, 130 karyotyped spindle-cell sarcomas were reviewed and classified histologically… CONTINUE READING
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