benign mesenchymoma

benign mesenchymoma
a benign tumor composed of two or more clearly recognizable mesenchymal elements in addition to fibrous tissue.

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  • rhabdomyomyxoma — rhab·do·myo·myx·o·ma (rab″do mi″o mik soґmə) [rhabdo + myo + myxoma] a benign mesenchymoma containing striated muscle cell and myxoid elements …   Medical dictionary

  • Soft tissue sarcoma in cats and dogs — Soft tissue sarcoma refer to a broad group of tumors that originate from connective tissues. They tend to have similar histologic appearance and biological behavior, and can be either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Soft tissue… …   Wikipedia

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