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Weichteilsarkome — Diagnose und Differentialdiagnose mittels bildgebender Verfahren

  • W. Rödl
  • K. Hofmann-Preiß
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Zusammenfassung

Wir verstehen unter Weichteilsarkomen maligne Neubildungen der verschiedensten Ursprungsgewebe [18] wie
  • Tumoren des fibrösen Bindegewebes (malignes fibröses Histiozytom, Fibrosarkom, Desmoidtumor)

  • Tumoren des tendosynovialen Gewebes (malignes Synovialom)

  • Tumoren des Fettgewebes (Liposarkom)

  • Tumoren des Muskelgewebes (Leiomyo-, Rhabdomyosarkom)

  • Tumoren der Gefäße (Hämangioperizytom, Hämangiosarkom bzw. malignes Hämangioendotheliom, Lymphangiosarkom)

  • Tumoren des peripheren Nervengewebes (malignes Schwannom)

  • extraskelettale Knochentumoren (osteognes Sarkom, Chondrosarkom, Ewing-Sarkom) sowie

  • nicht klassifizierbare Weichteiltumoren (alveoläres Weichteilsarkom, malignes Mesenchymom, Plasmozytom, strahleninduziertes Sarkom).

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