A case of spindle cell sarcomatous change of hepatic ducts manifesting as obstructive jaundice
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Spindle cell carcinoma is a rare tumor commonly occurring in the upper aerodigestive tract. We report a 62-year-old male with spindle cell sarcomatous change located at the hepatic hilum, resulting in obstructive jaundice. The patient died after an extended resective operation. The rare disease and its histogenesis is discussed.
Key wordsspindle cell sarcomatous change hepatic ducts cholangiocarcinoma sarcoma
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