spindle cell neoplasm

Malignant spindle cell neoplasm

What is a malignant spindle cell neoplasm? A malignant spindle cell neoplasm is a cancerous tumour made up of spindle-shaped cells, long thin cells that resemble cells normally found in connective tissue. The term malignant spindle cell neoplasm is a descriptive diagnosis used to describe a wide variety of cancer types made up of spindle-shaped …
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Spindle cell neoplasm

A spindle-cell neoplasm is a general term used to describe an abnormal growth (a neoplasm) made up of spindle cells (cells that are longer than they are wide). Spindle-cell neoplasm is considered a general term because it includes many different types of benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) growths. Most malignant spindle-cell neoplasms are called sarcomas. …
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