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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Multidisciplinary treatment including systemic chemotherapy for a malignant phyllodes tumour of the prostate
At 15, Jade Telford is believed to be the youngest person in Britain to have been treated for a malignant phyllodes tumour.
The 15-year-old is currently undergoing surgery at Newcastle's RVI to treat a malignant phyllodes tumour.
They are most commonly seen in the breast as the Phyllodes tumour (1).
The differential diagnosis of a solid mass is a fibroadenoma, carcinoma or phyllodes tumour.
they are more than 4 cm: phyllodes tumours become a more common diagnosis
We report a case of a malignant phyllodes tumour of the prostate, an extremely rare neoplasm, which was treated with surgery, radiation, and multiple chemotherapy regimens.
The 15-year-old is believed to be the youngest person ever diagnosed with a malignant phyllodes tumour.
It presents as a firm lobulated mass and resembles clinically a malignant phyllodes tumour.
Mammary fibroadenoma and some phyllodes tumour stroma are composed of CD34+ fibroblasts and factor X111a+ dendrophages.
Phyllodes tumours of the breast: a clinicopathological review of thirty-two cases.