fibromatosis

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fi·bro·ma·to·sis

n. fibromatosis, producción de fibromas múltiples en la piel o en el útero.
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Desmoid tumors, also referred to as aggressive fibromatosis or desmoid-type fibromatosis, are rare and often debilitating and disfiguring soft tissue tumors characterized by a growth pattern that can invade surrounding healthy tissues, including joints, muscle and viscera.
Histological Sub Types Histological Sub Types (N) (%) Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma (3) (16.6%) Pleomorphic Spindle Cell Sarcoma (1) (5.5%) Undifferentiated Sarcoma (1) (5.5%) Recurrent Malignant Fibrosis Histiocytoma (1) (5.5%) Pleomorphic Leiomyosarcoma (1) (5.5%) Aggressive Fibromatosis (4) (22.2%) Synovial Sarcoma (1) (5.5%) Recurrent Fibromatosis (2) (11.1%) Myxoid Fibrosarcoma (3) (16.6%) Round Cell Liposarcoma (1) (5.5%) Table 3.
Desmoid tumor (DT), also known as aggressive fibromatosis, is a rare entity, representing only 0.03% of all neoplasms in humans.
Aggressive fibromatosis: evidence for a stable phase.
Aggressive fibromatosis (AF) is a nonencapsulated, locally infiltrative, nonmetastasizing tumor.
Desmoid-type fibromatosis (DF or aggressive fibromatosis) is an intermediate grade soft tissue tumor that does not metastasize, but can be locally aggressive [1].
Nowadays, the approach to aggressive fibromatosis is changing, and therapeutic alternatives to surgical resection are encouraged by the literature.
Desmoid tumors, also known as "well-differentiated nonmetastasizing fibrosarcoma," "Grade I fibrosarcoma," and "aggressive fibromatosis," are very rare benign neoplasms of mesenchymal origin [1].
Bosi, "Paraneoplastic insulin resistance syndrome in advanced aggressive fibromatosis (desmoid tumor) treated by imatinib mesylate [6]," Diabetes Care, vol.
Originally from Trefor on the Llyn Peninsula but now living in Pwllheli, Mr Dafydd received a course of radiotherapy treatment for aggressive fibromatosis - a rare condition marked by the presence of desmoid tumours - on his chest last autumn.
Last autumn 2015, Guto was admitted to hospital for a course of radiotherapy treatment for aggressive fibromatosis - benign fibrous growths that occur rarely in the general population - on the chest.
Keywords: Aggressive fibromatosis, Infratemporal, Benign, Infiltrative.
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