Sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix: immunohistochemistry demonstrates an HPV-related tumor with epithelial origin Carcinomul cervical infiltrativ scuamos de tip sarc omatoid: profilul imunohistochimic demonstreaz ă originea epitelial ă i asocierea cu infec Ńia cu HPV

@inproceedings{Muresan2012SarcomatoidSC,
  title={Sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix: immunohistochemistry demonstrates an HPV-related tumor with epithelial origin Carcinomul cervical infiltrativ scuamos de tip sarc omatoid: profilul imunohistochimic demonstreaz ă originea epitelial ă i asocierea cu infec Ńia cu HPV},
  author={Gavrilas Muresan and Kinga E. Szabo and Laura Bejan and Cristina Marian and Monica Boros and Nicolae Costin and Simona Stolnicu},
  year={2012}
}
Sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma (SSCS) is a well-documented entity but occurs rarely in the female genital tract, with only 20 reported cases in the uterine cervix. A 72 years old patient was diagnosed with a polypoid 4 cm diameter cervical tumor. Microscopically, the tumor was composed of a poorly differentiated classic keratinizing squamous carcinoma, which was associated with a well-delineated, secondary, extensive and heterogeneous sarcomatoid component. An abrupt transition between the… CONTINUE READING

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