Myoblastoma

Known as: Benign Granular Cell Neoplasm, Myoblastomas, GRANULAR CELL TUMOR, BENIGN 
A granular cell tumor that is confined to the site of origin, without metastatic potential.
National Institutes of Health

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2008
2008
Androgens are modulators of skeletal muscle adaptation and regeneration processes. The control of satellite cell activity is a… (More)
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1990
1990
Granular cell myoblastoma (GCM) is a rare benign neoplasm involving the tracheobronchial tree. It is believed to arise from the… (More)
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1988
Review
1988
Intrathoracic granular cell myoblastoma (GCM) is most commonly a benign neoplasm of Schwann cell origin that occurs in the large… (More)
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1983
1983
Five cases of granular cell myoblastoma have been studied for detection of the neuroectodermal protein S-100. Immunoperoxidase… (More)
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1982
1982
Immunoperoxidase staining for a variety of antigens was performed on 15 cases of granula cell myoblastoma occurring within the… (More)
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1979
1979
An immunoperoxidase technique for the detection of carcinoembryonic antigen was applied to 10 cases of granular cell myoblastoma… (More)
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1975
1975
An 8-year-old white boy had a tumor in the left orbit with clinical manifestations of muscular impairment, exophthalmos, and… (More)
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1972
1972
Granular cell myoblastoma is a relatively uncommon lesion of debatable histogenesis, appearing as a small, solitary (but… (More)
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1969
1969
Two cases of granular cell myoblastoma of the common bile duct are reported. One tumor caused extrahepatic cholestasis and… (More)
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1965
1965
A mass lesion in the region of the sella turcica, with or wi thout suprasel lar extension, is general ly assumed to be a t u m o… (More)
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