Malignant nerve sheath tumour arising in a benign ancient schwannoma

Histopathology
S A RasbridgeC D Fletcher

Abstract

A malignant nerve sheath tumour arising in a longstanding benign schwannoma in a 75-year-old woman is described. Malignant change of this kind is extremely rare; there appear to be only four convincing previously reported cases.

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