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journal of cutaneous pathology
Epithelioid sarcoma (ES) typically arises as a firm nodule on the extremities of young men. The tumor is remarkable for diagnostic difficulties both clinically and histopathologically resulting in a high frequency of initial misdiagnosis. ES is also known to have a high rate of recurrence and high rate of metastasis predominantly to the lymph nodes, lungs, and scalp. Herein, the second case of ES with metastasis to the tongue is reported.
Subject(s)biology , cancer , dermatology , epithelioid cell , epithelioid sarcoma , immunohistochemistry , lymph , medicine , metastasis , nodule (geology) , paleontology , pathology , sarcoma , scalp , tongue
SCImago Journal Rank0.597
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