Uncommon Tumors

  • David H. Dail


With the exception of hamartomas, most of the tumors described in this chapter occur so infrequently that the average pathologist may remember seeing one of these a few years ago or be aware they occur without ever having seen a case of his or her own. Within the different groups, the frequency of occurrence varies. A few are rare lesions with only one or two case reports. Nearly 300 cases of some other lesions, such as the plasma cell granuloma—histiocytoma complex, have been described in the lung. Perhaps it is because these tumors are infrequent and yet create reproducibly distinct patterns of tumor growth that they arouse curiosity as if each “has a story to tell.” They cause the pathologist to search for books and articles describing their distinctive characteristics.


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