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Pathology and genetics of tumours of soft tissue and bone

@inproceedings{Fletcher2002PathologyAG,
  title={Pathology and genetics of tumours of soft tissue and bone},
  author={Christopher D M Fletcher and Krishnan K. Unni and Fredrik Mertens},
  year={2002}
}
1. Adipocytic tumours 2. Fibroblastic/Myofibroblastic tumours 3. So-called fibrohistiocytic tumours 4. Smooth muscle tumours 5. Pericytic (perivascular) tumours 6. Skeletal muscle tumours 7. Vascular tumours 8. Chondro-osseous tumours 9. Tumours of uncertain differentiation Bone Tumours 10. Cartilage tumours 11. Osteogenic tumours 12. Fibrogenic tumours 13. Fibrohystiocytic tumours 14. Ewing sarcoma/Primitive neuroedtodermal tumour 15. Haematopoietic tumours 16. Giant cell tumours 17… 

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