phyllodes tumor

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phyl·lodes tu·mor

a spectrum of neoplasms consisting of a mixture of benign epithelium and stroma with variable cellularity and cytologic abnormalities, ranging from benign phyllodes tumor to cytosarcoma phyllodes; most often involves the breast.
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Differential diagnosis of juvenile gigantomastia includes fibroadenomas, cystosarcoma phylloides, gravid hypertrophy of the breast, breast hypertrophy secondary to endocrine disorders, pseudogigantomastia associated with obesity, and malignant tumors such as lymphomas and sarcomas (11).
Cystosarcoma phylloides of the breast: a review of clinical, pathological and therapeutic option in 18 cases.
Cystosarcoma phylloides of the breast and its mimics: an immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study.
Cystosarcoma phylloides of the breast: histologic features, How cytometric analysis, & clinical correlation Mod.
The clinical and histological criteria that predict metastasis from cystosarcoma phylloides Cancer 1992 ; 69 (1) 141-147.
Norris HJ, Taylor HB, Relationship of histological features to behaviour of cystosarcoma phylloides.
Other types appearing infrequently during the 10-year period included inflammatory cancer (7 cases), cystosarcoma phylloides (9 cases), sarcoma (4 cases), metaplastic (4 cases), and Paget's disease of the breast (3 cases).
A clinical diagnosis of Cystosarcoma Phylloides was made.
One of the most important differential diagnoses in this case was cystosarcoma phylloides, especially because of its age incidence.
Cystosarcoma phylloides in the present study accounted for 4% of all cases.
50% of cystosarcoma phylloides were confused with giant fibroadenoma in our study.