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blastoma

[‚bla′stōm·ə]
(medicine)
A tumor whose parenchymal cells have certain embryonal characteristics.
A true tumor.
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Interestingly, aberrant expression of CDX2 and [beta]-catenin in morular metaplasia has also been noted in other neoplasms of various organs, including endometrioid ovarian carcinoma [6], endometrial carcinoma [7], and pulmonary blastoma [8].
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Bovine pulmonary blastomas: histomorphologic description and immunohistochemistry.
Es importante hacer el diagnostico diferencial entre el adenocarcinoma fetal bien diferenciado y el blastoma bifasico pulmonar, porque la supervivencia a 5 anos es de 80 y 30%, respectivamente.
(3) When considering other multilineage tumors, such as synovial sarcoma, mesothelioma, teratoma, and blastomas, gastroblastoma is a distinct, rare entity of the stomach.
D2-40, a novel monoclonal antibody against the M2A antigen as a marker to distinguish hemangio blastomas from renal cell carcinomas.
Pulmonary blastomas are the rarest of the sarcomatoid carcinomas, accounting for 0.25% to 0.5% of all primary malignant lung tumors.
They include adenosarcoma, carcinosarcoma, malignant mixed mullerian tumor, pulmonary blastomas, and biphasic mesotheliomas.
(7) Associated malignancies include embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, pleuropulmonary blastoma and bronchoalveolar carcinoma.
One patient with concurrently diagnosed pleuropulmonary blastoma and embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma of the cervix had a DICER1 germline mutation [21].
(2) SNUC can be considered as part of a spectrum of neuroendocrine-type tumors of the sinonasal cavity, ranging from the highly differentiated esthesioneuro blastoma to the poorly differentiated and questionably neuroendocrine SNUC.