Giant cell angiofibroma. A distinctive orbital tumor in adults.

@article{Tos1995GiantCA,
  title={Giant cell angiofibroma. A distinctive orbital tumor in adults.},
  author={Angelo P Dei Tos and Stefan Seregard and Eduardo Calonje and John Kwok-cheung Chan and Christopher D. M. Fletcher},
  journal={The American journal of surgical pathology},
  year={1995},
  volume={19 11},
  pages={
          1286-93
        }
}
A series of seven cases of a previously unrecognized potentially recurrent tumor occurring in the orbit of adult patients is reported. This lesion shows histologic appearances intermediate between, but distinct from, solitary fibrous tumor and giant cell fibroblastoma of soft tissue. Morphologically it is characterised by a richly vascularized, patternless spindle-cell proliferation containing pseudovascular spaces. Multinucleate giant cells (often of floret type) and cells with large, rounded… CONTINUE READING

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