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stro·mal

(strō'măl),
Stromatic; relating to the stroma of an organ or other structure.
Synonym(s): stromic

stro·mal

(strō'măl)
Stromatic; relating to the stroma of an organ or other structure.

stroma

(strō′mă) plural.stromata [Gr., bed covering]
1. Foundation-supporting tissues of an organ. The opposite of parenchyma.
2. The membranous lipid-protein framework within a red blood cell to which hemoglobin molecules are attached.
stromalstromatic, adjective

Stromal

A type of tissue that is associated with the support of an organ.
Mentioned in: Wilms' Tumor
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Gastrointestinal stromal tumors were historically classified as soft tissue sarcomas (e.g., leiomyosarcoma, leiomyoma, and leiomyoblastoma) owing to their CD34 staining, but the c-Kit mutation was demonstrated in 1990, after which the term "GIST" began to be used more frequently as a tumor group separate from leiomyosarcoma, schwannoma, and neurofibroma, all of which are c-Kit-negative (4).
Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) is the most common mesenchymal tumor of the gastrointestinal tract comprising 11-19.6 cases per million.
Epithelial and stromal CD10 was scored according to the method described by Iwaya et al as follow; 0: equivalent to the negative control, 1: weak cytoplasmic stain, 2: moderate stain, 3: intense stain.