Histologie der seltenen Geschwülste beim Menschen — Beziehungen zur allgemeinen Pathologie der Geschwülste

  • R. Laumonier
  • G. Chomette
Part of the Handbuch der allgemeinen Pathologie book series (PATHOLOGIE, volume 6 / 5)

Zusammenfassung

Grundlage dieses Beitrages ist in erster Linie unsere eigene Erfahrung. Wir setzen uns deshalb dem Vorwurf aus, nicht alle seltenen menschlichen Geschwülste zu behandeln. Wir wissen, daß einige dieser Fälle lediglich in den Sammlungen weniger Institute anzutreffen sind. Wir wissen vor allem auch, daß zahlreiche seltene Tumorformen vor einer endgültigen Klassifikation noch näher beschrieben und definiert werden müssen. In diesem Zusammenhang sei P. Masson (1956) [134] zitiert: «Chaque jour, des tumeurs me sont montrées sur lesquelles je n’ose porter un diagnostic. . . Ces ‹ignotomes› sont autant de points d’interrogation, capables de susciter des recherches.» Gerade seltene Tumoren benötigen die Berücksichtigung der Prinzipien der Allgemeinen Pathologie, wie umgekehrt diese aus seltenen Geschwülsten allgemeine Aussagen gewinnt. Diese Wechselwirkung deutlich zu machen, ist das Anliegen dieses Beitrags.

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