myxosarcoma

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myxosarcoma

[‚mik·sō·sär′kō·mə]
(medicine)
A sarcoma whose parenchyma is composed of anaplastic myxoid cells.
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Treatment recommendations for a myxosarcomatous tumor typically begin with aggressive surgical resection to include at least 3 cm of normal tissue around all tumor edges and penetrating at least 1 fascial layer deep.