Perivascular radial arrangement of neoplastic cells around a small blood vessel. See rosette (2).

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pseu·do·ro·sette (soo″do-ro-zetґ) a radial cluster of tumor cells encircling a small blood vessel; called also perivascular pseudorosette.

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