1994); and the petiole symmetry and blade: phyllode
ratio, as occurs in e.
they are more than 4 cm: phyllodes
tumours become a more common diagnosis
Some species display both types of leaves in their lifetime: phyllodes
in their youth and pinnately compound true leaves in their adulthood.
is a rare breast neoplasm that was first described by Muller in 1838.
: A CASE REPORT OF SARCOMATOUS OVERGROWTH IN A MALIGNANT PHYLLODES
TUMOR Marlon Alex Guerrero, and Ana M.
MEET Mormolyce phyllodes
, an elegant Indonesian carabid selected from a cast of thousands to grace the cover of Beetles of the World, a new identification system developed by CSIRO.
The things that look like leaves are, in fact, flattened stems called phyllodes
Instead of leaves, this species has dark green, sickle-shaped phyllodes
, which are petioles that take the form and function of leaves.
Physiological comparisons of true leaves and phyllodes
in Acacia mangium seedlings.
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.
Cribriform, medullary carcinoma and phyllodes
with other non-specified malignancies accounted for 2.
The 15-year-old is believed to be the youngest person ever diagnosed with a malignant phyllodes