Periphere maligne Weichteiltumoren

  • R. Bötticher
  • P. Hermanek

Zusammenfassung

Als Weichteiltumoren werden Geschwülste der Stützgewebe und der peripheren Nerven bezeichnet, soweit sie nicht vom Skelet (Knochen einschließlich Periost und Knochenmark, Gelenksinnenraum), vom lymphoretikulären Gewebe und von speziellen Organen (Schilddrüse, Mamma, Intestinaltrakt usw.) ausgehen.

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  • R. Bötticher
  • P. Hermanek

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