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Malignant hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Investigation,Treatment

Malignant hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Investigation,Treatment

Malignant hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Investigation, Treatment Clinical features: Most hemangiopericytomas are obviously benign, a few are obviously malignant. The oral and maxillofacial area is an uncommon site, accounting for only 16% of all types of hemangiopericytomas. Males and females are affected equally. Malignant hemangiopericytomas are diagnosed and graded by their cellular nature and […]

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Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment

Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment

Benign hemangiopericytoma: Clinical features, Differential diagnosis,Investigation,Treatment Benign Hemangiopericytoma The separation between the hemangiopericytoma and the solitary fibrous tumor has become less and less distinct, and the validity of the hemangiopericytoma as a separate entity has been put in doubt because so many of its features are shared by other tumors. If we consider these two […]

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