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Synonyms for mesoblastic

relating to or derived from the mesoderm


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In our study a case of mesoblastic nephroma was observed in a six months male child.
Congenital mesoblastic nephroma is the most common renal tumor in the newborn, with a mean age of presentation of less than 3 months and an association with polyhydramnios [10].
Wallis et al., "Mixed epithelial and stromal tumor of the kidney lacks the genetic alterations of cellular congenital mesoblastic nephroma," Human Pathology, vol.
It is to be noted that these fusions have also been observed in other neoplasms such as acute myeloid leukemia, congenital mesoblastic nephroma, and fibrosarcoma, [30] suggesting that the fusion protein has transforming activity in cells of different lineages.
Pediatric non-Wilms' tumours, which are a small part pediatric solid tumours, include clear cell sarcoma of the kidney, mesoblastic nephroma, cystic partially differentiated nephroblastoma, malignant rhabdoid tumour, renal cell carcinoma (RCC), renal medullary carcinoma, intrarenal neuroblastoma, and renal lymphoma.
The differential diagnosis of cystic angiomyolipomas involves distinguishing between mixed epithelial and stromal tumors (previously classified as cystic hamartomas of the renal pelvis, adult mesoblastic nephroma, or renal pelvic or cortical hamartomas), cystic nephroma, multilocular cystic renal cell carcinoma, liposarcoma and vascular malformations.
Cellular mesoblastic nephroma (infantile renal fibrosarcoma): institutional review of the clinical, diagnostic imaging, and pathologic features of a distinctive neoplasm of infancy.
This does not apply to children under 11 months of age, as tumours are then often benign mesoblastic nephromas.
Amniochorionic mesoblastic fibrous strings and amniotic bands: associated constricting fetal malformations or fetal death.
Other tumors with ETV6-NTRK3 rearrangements include infantile fibrosarcoma and congenital mesoblastic nephroma.
The origin of the tumour remains unclear, but some believe it arises from the urothelium.[sup.2] Ossification can be the result of the osteogenic potential of the urothelial cells.[sup.1,2] The ossification and mesenchymal components are similar to mesoblastic nephroma histologically.[sup.5,10] The mass is described as congruent with the renal medulla, in particular the papillae of the renal pyramids.
During the study period of 2005 to 2008 there were virtually no other pediatric age group renal tumours like clear cell sarcoma, mesoblastic nephroma, multicystic nephroma etc.
(3,7,8) However, several other non-salivary gland neoplasms harbor this rearrangement, including secretory carcinoma of breast, infantile fibrosarcoma, congenital mesoblastic nephroma, and some cases of acute myeloid leukemia.
Mesoblastic nephroma, the most frequent tumour, is a benign, mostly large mesenchymal tumour, which appears as a solid or partially cystic mass, commonly associated with polyhydramnios.
Renal leiomyiomas may be triggered by a genetic predisposition followed by an acquired insult.[sup.4] Carpenter and colleagues demonstrated breakpoints in the q13-15 region of chromosome 12 in leiomyomas and congenital mesoblastic nephroma.[sup.5] Tsujimura and colleagues suggested an association between tuberous sclerosis and renal leiomyomas.[sup.6] Moreover, Krishnan and colleagues showed that Epstein-Barr virus infection could also lead to renal leiomyomas in immunocompromised patients.[sup.7]