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Hit the mark with diffusion-weighted imaging: metastases of rhabdomyosarcoma to the extraocular eye muscles
N Hassold, M Warmuth-Metz, B Winkler, MC Kreissl… – BMC Pediatrics, 2014
Background Rhabdomyosarcoma is the most frequent malignant intraorbital tumour in
paediatric patients. Differentiation of tumour recurrence or metastases from post-therapeutic
signal alteration can be challenging, using standard MR imaging techniques. Diffusion- …

Rhabdomyosarcoma Arising in Testicular Teratoma
A Edirisinghe, G Watson, R Chan – Pathology-Journal of the RCPA, 2014
Abstract Somatic type malignancy arising de novo from testicular germ cell tumours is a rare
occurrence, particularly sarcomatous malignancy. This case report is of a late presentation
with disseminated rhabdomyosarcoma that had arisen from a large 110 mm diameter left …

Cancer Reporting – From Clinical Need to International Partnerships and Global Goals
DW Ellis, B Chmara, JE Dahlstrom, J Dvorak… – Pathology-Journal of the …, 2014
presentation with disseminated rhabdomyosarcoma that had arisen from a large 110 mm
diameter left testicular tumour (ignored by the patient for several months). …

Petrous apex lesions in the pediatric population
R Radhakrishnan, HJ Son, BL Koch – Pediatric Radiology, 2014
… The most common primary malignant petrous apex lesions in children are rhabdomyosarcoma
and Ewing sarcoma. The most com- Fig. 10 Imaging in a 2-month-old boy with left facial palsy
secondary to petrous apex aneurysmal bone cyst. … Rhabdomyosarcoma …

An aza-macrocycle containing maltolic side-arms (maltonis) as potential drug against human pediatric sarcomas
C Guerzoni, S Amatori, L Giorgi, MC Manara… – BMC Cancer, 2014
… and Page 5. rhabdomyosarcoma, the three most common paediatric sarcomas,
and in normal human mesenchymal primary cell cultures. In vivo efficacy was tested
against TC-71 Ewing sarcoma xenografts. Results Maltonis …

Increasing Frequency of Soft Tissue Sarcomas in Vojvodina – Comparison with the Literature
T Dugandzija, MM Mikov, N Solajic, B Nikolin… – Asian Pacific Journal of …, 2014
… The most frequent histological type was sarcoma not otherwise specified-NOS (27%), followed
by leiomyosarcoma (21%), liposarcoma (14%), rhabdomyosarcoma (11%) and malignant fibrous
histiocytoma (9%). The male/female ratio was 0.73:1. Every fifth patient was younger …

Can Archival Tissue Reveal Answers to Modern Research Questions?: Computer-Aided Histological Assessment of Neuroblastoma Tumours Collected over 60 Years
A Chetcuti, N Mackie, S Tafavogh, N Graf, T Henwood… – Microarrays, 2014
… These included the following tissue types: liver, testis, pancreas, skin, kidney, placenta, lung,
lymph node, muscle, tonsil, thymus, brain, adrenal, breast, spleen, prostate, rhabdomyosarcoma,
and Ewing’s sarcoma. Each control tissue was included in duplicate. …

Pharmacological inhibition of EZH2 as a promising differentiation therapy in embryonal RMS
R Ciarapica, E Carcarino, L Adesso, M De Salvo… – BMC Cancer, 2014
… Background Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) is a pediatric soft-tissue sarcoma derived
from myogenic precursors that is characterized by a good prognosis in patients with localized
disease. Conversely, metastatic tumors often relapse, leading to a dismal outcome. …