Extracutaneous Angiosarcomas Metastatic to the Lungs: Clinical and Pathologic Features of Twenty-One Cases

@article{Bocklage2001ExtracutaneousAM,
  title={Extracutaneous Angiosarcomas Metastatic to the Lungs: Clinical and Pathologic Features of Twenty-One Cases},
  author={Th{\`e}r{\'e}se Bocklage and Kevin J. Leslie and Samuel A. Yousem and Thomas C Colby},
  journal={Modern Pathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={14},
  pages={1216-1225}
}
Angiosarcomas are rare malignant vascular tumors with a high rate of metastasis involving lungs (most commonly), liver, regional lymph nodes, bone, and other sites. In this study, we have reviewed the clinical presentation and histopathology of 21 cases of extracutaneous angiosarcoma metastatic to the lungs. Tumors with exclusively pleural involvement were… CONTINUE READING