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Maligne Weichteiltumoren

  • J. Tonak
Part of the Die Praxis der Chirurgie book series (PRAXCHIR)

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff des Weichteilsarkoms wurde zunächst im angelsächsischen Schrifttum (Pack u. Ariel 1958; Stout u. Lattes 1967; Enzinger et al. 1969) eingeführt und hat sich zwischenzeitlich auch in Mitteleuropa weitgehend durchgesetzt. In Anlehnung an den englischen Namen werden diese Tumoren in neuester Zeit in Deutschland auch als Weichgewebssarkome (Kern u. Bruch 1981) bezeichnet. Unter dem Begriff Weichteilsarkome werden Tumoren zusammengefaßt, die ein völlig unterschiedliches biologisches Verhalten zeigen, aber auch histologisch durch eine außerordentliche Erscheinungsvielfalt und Besonderheiten gekennzeichnet sind. Histogenetisch sind sie überwiegend mesodermaler Herkunft (Stout 1953). Für ihre Abgrenzung als eigene Gruppe von anderen bösartigen Tumoren sind vor allem praktisch-klinische Gesichtspunkte maßgebend.

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