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sarcomas ch.19

sarcomas and the connective tissues

malignant tumorconnective tissue
osteosarcoma (osteogenic sarcoma) bone
ewing sarcoma bone
leiomyosarcoma Smooth (visceral) muscle
Rhabdomyosarcoma striated (skeletal) muscle
chondrosarcoma cartilage
liposarcoma fat
fibrosarcoma fibrous tissue
angiosarcoma blood vessel tissue
leukemias all leukocytes
hodgkin disease lymphocytes
non-hodgkin lymphomas lymphocytes
burkitt lymphoma lymphocytes
mulitple myeloma plasma cells
neuroblastoma embryonic nerve tissue
astrocytoma (tumor of glial cells called astrocytes) glial tissue
glioblastoma multiforme glial tissue
wilms tumor (embryonal adenosarcoma) kidney
teratoma (tumor composed of bone, muscle, skin, gland cells, cartilage etc.) ovaries and testes
Created by: funnykitty24