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Human sarcoma cell populations maintained in culture reflect to the native tumor cells better if the culture retains those
nonmalignant cells that comprised the tumor's microenvironment in vivo [Hu M, et al. Characterization of 11 human
sarcoma cell strains....
Purpose. The influence of initial inadequate excision (IIE) of soft tissue sarcoma (STS) on local control and overall survival
is not well established. It is generally believed that an IIE may have a negative impact on both, despite subsequent treatment
by radical surgery and...
Purpose: The aim of this paper is to document the unusual presentation of long-standing pain at the tumour site before
development of a swelling in patients with synovial sarcoma.Patients/methods and results: The clinical presentation of 53 patients with synovial sarcoma was...
Purpose: To evaluate the tolerance of a low dose chemotherapy regimen for desmoid tumours.Patients and methods: Patients with desmoids for whom radical resection was impossible or related to extensive mutilation
were treated with chemotherapy. Treatment consisted of intravenous...
Purpose: Angiogenesis is essential for tumor growth and metastases, thus bestowing obvious importance upon methodologies
which could enable its inhibition.Materials: C57BL/6 female mice bearing a subcutaneous (s.c.) MCA205 fibrosarcoma were used.Methods: Ten mice were...
Purpose: To improve function after pelvic resection involving the acetabulum, using an anatomic composite implant built with screws and cement.Material and method: Since 1990, 66 patients with peri-acetabular bone malignancies have been treated by extensive resection followed by...
Phyllodes tumours and angiosarcoma are both rare mesenchymal tumours. There are no reports of their coexistence in the
literature except in families with germline p53 mutations. Here we report a case of an elderly woman who developed an
extensive angiosarcoma of the scalp nearly 4 years after...
Purpose: Radiation therapy for retroperitoneal sarcoma remains challenging because of proximity to surrounding organs at
risk (OAR). We report the use of intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) in the treatment of retroperitoneal sarcomas
to minimize dose to OAR while concurrently...
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