Published in Cancer Weekly, December 4th, 2007
"The immunohistochemical and histological features indicated a diagnosis of malignant schwannoma rather than neurofibrosarcoma. The diaphragm represents an unusual location for neoplasia in both domestic animals and human beings," wrote G.A. Ramirez and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "A possible anatomical origin from the phrenic nerve is discussed."
Ramirez and colleagues published their study in the Journal of Comparative Pathology (Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour (Malignant schwannoma)...
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