Pleuropulmonary blastoma. The so-called pulmonary blastoma of childhood.

  title={Pleuropulmonary blastoma. The so-called pulmonary blastoma of childhood.},
  author={Juan Carlos Manivel and John R. Priest and Jan Watterson and Mariana Steiner and William G A Woods and Mark R. Wick and Louis P. Dehner},
  volume={62 8},
The authors studied 11 pediatric intrathoracic neoplasms that share clinicopathologic features and constitute a specific tumor in children. These neoplasms were intrapulmonary, mediastinal, or pleural-based masses. A common histologic feature was the presence of small, primitive cells with blastematous qualities separated by an uncommitted stroma. Focal rhabdomyosarcomatous, chondrosarcomatous, and liposarcomatous differentiation was observed. Epithelial components had bland cytologic features… CONTINUE READING
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