Solitary fibrous tumor in neurosurgical practice.

  • Nishio, Fukui
  • Published 1999 in Critical reviews in neurosurgery : CR
Solitary fibrous tumors most often affect the pleura, but examples are increasingly being reported in a wide variety of sites including the central nervous system. This tumor shows characteristic expression of CD34, which facilitates histopathologic differentiation of this lesion from other more common and better recognized spindle-cell tumors such as… CONTINUE READING