Giant cell fibroblastoma. A distinctive, recurrent tumor of childhood.

Abstract

Giant cell fibroblastoma, which was first described by Shmookler and Enzinger in 1983, is a rare fibroblastic tumor occurring mainly in male patients younger than 10 years of age. Only 28 cases have been reported so far. This paper describes seven new cases which were referred in consultation between 1968 and 1985. Five of the seven patients were male… (More)

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@article{Dymock1987GiantCF, title={Giant cell fibroblastoma. A distinctive, recurrent tumor of childhood.}, author={Roger Dymock and Pauline Allen and John W. Stirling and {\'E}lise Gilbert and James M. Thornbery}, journal={The American journal of surgical pathology}, year={1987}, volume={11 4}, pages={263-71} }