Sacrococcygeal chordoma: histochemical findings.

Two cases of chordoma of the sacrococcygeal region have been histochemically evaluated. In both cases an irregularly shaped stellate cell, containing large amounts of glycogen, is the prevailing cell type. Neoplastic cells interact with an extracellular matrix consisting of a collagenous framework and a heterogeneous family of glycosaminoglycans with a… CONTINUE READING