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Solitary fibrous tumor of urinary bladder: Report of two cases

, : Solitary fibrous tumor of urinary bladder: Report of two cases. Human Pathology 28(10): 1204-1206

The clinical and pathologic features of two cases of solitary fibrous tumor arising from urinary bladder wall are described. To our knowledge, solitary fibrous tumors have not been previously reported at this site. Both tumors showed typical histologic features of solitary fibrous tumor, were CD34 immunostain positive and pursued a benign clinical course on short term follow-up.


PMID: 9343328

DOI: 10.1016/s0046-8177(97)90259-8

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