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Urinary System pp 427-430 | Cite as

Submucosal Mesenchymal Tumor, Urinary Bladder, Mouse

  • Charles H. Frith
  • Manik Chandra
  • Samuel M. Cohen
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

The majority of submucosal mesenchymal tumors are small and result in no gross alteration. Occasionally, some of the larger neoplasms may result in a slight elevation of the luminal (mucosal) surface of the urinary bladder over the mass.

Keywords

Mesenchymal smooth muscle tumor vegetative body leiomyoma leiomyosarcoma mesenchymal pericytic tumor 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles H. Frith
  • Manik Chandra
  • Samuel M. Cohen

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