fusocellular

fusocellular

 [fu″zo-sel´u-ler]
having spindle-shaped cells.

fu·so·cel·lu·lar

(fyū'zō-sel'yū-lăr),
Spindle-celled.

fusocellular

/fu·so·cel·lu·lar/ (-sel´u-ler) having spindle-shaped cells.

fusicellular

adjective Referring to a tissue with spindle cells tapered at both ends, which, if benign, usually correspond to fibroblasts or, if malignant, may be of virtually any lineage.

fu·so·cel·lu·lar

(fyū'zō-sel'yū-lăr)
Spindle-celled.

fusocellular

having spindle-shaped cells.
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Histologically, renal leiomyomas appear to be made of fusocellular elements showing the absence of mitotic figures, pleomorphism, hypercromatism and, above all, the absence of perilesional invasivity.
In addition, a fusocellular pattern with brisk mitotic activity (31 per 10 high-power fields) was also present (Figure, a and d).