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mesoblast

[′me·zō‚blast]
(embryology)
Undifferentiated mesoderm of the middle layer of the embryo.
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Therapy and outcome in 51 children with mesoblastic nephroma: a report of the National Wilms' tumour study.
D'Angio, "Therapy and outcome in 51 children with mesoblastic nephroma: A report of the national Wilms' tumor study," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
Congenital collision tumors, neonatal renal mesoblastic nephroma and pararenal paraganglioma.
Calficiation and ossification in a congenital mesoblastic nephroma.
Congenital mesoblastic nephroma: cytogenetic comparison to leiomyoma.
(30) Interestingly, the same translocation is also associated with other nonepithelial malignancies, including congenital fibrosarcoma, cellular mesoblastic nephroma, and acute myeloid leukemia.
(6) Clear cell sarcoma kidney & congenital mesoblastic nephroma (CMN) are rare in children.
Other possible diagnoses for antenatal suprarenal cysts include benign entities, such as adrenal hemorrhage, retropleural pulmonary sequestration, neurogenic cysts, enteric duplication cysts and malignant diseases, including Wilm's tumour and congenital mesoblastic nephroma.[sup.1,2] Lack of evolution of the lesion in addition to consistent hypoechoic density without solid components reduced the likelihood of these diagnoses.
(11) Other than MASC and secretory carcinoma of breast, ETV6NTRK3 fusions have been found in congenital mesoblastic nephroma, congenital fibrosarcoma, and acute myeloid leukemia.
* Of the 8 cases diagnosed with renal masses, 6 were Wilms tumor, followed by mesoblastic nephromas (2) Of the 8 cases diagnosed with liver masses, 4 were hemangiomas, followed by hepatoblastomas (3) and epitheloid hemangioendothelioma (1) One case of extra adrenal ganglioneuroblastoma was noted.
Vascular changes: thrombosis, necrosis and acute inflammation were present Anaplasia (1): diffuse, did not respond toChemotherapy.1 case of wilms treated with NWTS protocol had intraoperative tumor spillage .1 patient treated as wilms with chemotherapy was reported as congenital mesoblastic nephroma in the histopathology report post nephrectomy.
One needs to distinguish, for example, vascular malformations from vascular tumors, lipoblastoma from liposarcoma, and mesoblastic nephroma from clear cell sarcoma of the kidney.