Management of angiosarcoma.

  title={Management of angiosarcoma.},
  author={George Thomas Budd},
  journal={Current oncology reports},
  volume={4 6},
Angiosarcoma is an uncommon tumor that presents in several scenarios. Although angiosarcoma can occur in any organ, it typically presents in the following settings: 1) in the face or scalp among elderly patients, 2) with chronic lymphedema, 3) after radiotherapy, or 4) as a hepatic primary. In all of these situations, angiosarcoma is associated with multifocality and an insidious growth pattern, making local control difficult. Doxorubicin-ifosfamide chemotherapy produces a modest response rate… CONTINUE READING