adamantinoma


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adamantinoma

[ad·ə‚man·tə′nōm·ə]
(medicine)
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Ayirici tanida adamantinoma, fibroz displazi, dogustan sifiliz, histiyositoz X, dogustan psodoartroz (norofibromatoz) dusunuldu.
The differential diagnosis of FD on radiograph varies based on location but includes nonossifying fibroma, osteofibrous dysplasia, aneurysmal bone cyst, adamantinoma, giant cell tumor, and low-grade central osteosarcoma.
A Medline search was performed using different combinations of the key words ameloblastoma, odontogenic tumours, adamantinoma, sinus, sinonasal, frontal sinus.
The patient had aggressive surgical resection with a pathologic diagnosis of adamantinoma.
The lesion was further described in 1885 by Malassez, who called it an adamantinoma.
In 2001, Sunny was diagnosed with Adamantinoma, a rare form of bone cancer when she was just 6 years old.
Cartilage Tumors Chondrosarcoma Central, primary, and secondary Peripheral Dedifferentiated Mesenchymal Clear cell Osteogenic Tumors Osteosarcoma Conventional Chondroblastic Fibroblastic Osteoblastic Telangiectatic Small cell Low-grade central Secondary Parosteal Periosteal High-grade surface Fibrogenic Tumors Fibrosarcoma Fibrohistiocytic Tumors Malignant fibrous histiocytoma (undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma) Ewing Sarcoma/Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor Hematopoietic Tumors Plasma cell myeloma Malignant lymphoma, not otherwise specified (NOS) Giant Cell Tumors Malignancy in giant cell tumor Notochordal Tumors Chordoma Vascular Tumors Angiosarcoma Smooth Muscle Tumors Leiomyosarcoma Lipogenic Tumors Liposarcoma Miscellaneous Tumors Adamantinoma Metastatic malignancy
Next, the article addresses adamantinoma, a primary bone tumor with true epithelial differentiation.
Adamantinoma-like EFT has been described in the tibia and fibula and shares histological and immunohistochemical features of adamantinoma, such as distinct nests of moderately pleomorphic tumor cells with peripheral palisading, a prominent desmoplastic host response, and positive immunohistochemistry for cytokeratins.
Epithelioid and epithelial neoplasms seen in bone are rare and include epithelioid variants of vascular lesions, osteoblastoma, osteosarcoma, chordoma, and chondroblastoma as well as adamantinoma and metastatic carcinoma.
This notion is bolstered by studies showing that the composition of the extracellular matrix of soft tissue and bone tumors with a biphasic epithelial and mesenchymal phenotype, such as synovial sarcoma (10) and adamantinoma of long bone, (11) varies according to the type of tissue (epithelial or mesenchymal) the stromal matrix associates.
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