Desmoplasia occurs when stroma, a specialized connective tissue, encounters cancer cells, leading to an abnormal tissue reaction.  This reaction is commonly found in malignant (cancerous) tumours and rarely in benign (noncancerous) ones. Under a microscope, desmoplasia typically appears light blue, with visible support cells called fibroblasts scattered throughout the tissue.  Pathologists use the presence of …
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