Published in Cancer Weekly, June 10th, 2008
"A rare example has a predominance of the glandular component and may mimic metastatic carcinoma. Here, a unique synovial sarcoma with <1% spindle cell component involving the posterior tibial nerve is decribed. In addition to having only small bands or islands of stroma, there was also mucin dissection of the surrounding soft tissue. Isolated glands were seen ''floating'' in pools of...
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