Fibrosarcoma skin cancer


Light micrograph of a fibrosarcoma skin cancer section. Fibrosarcoma causes a swelling on the skin which may pulsate and be warm to the touch. It can rapidly spread to the lungs and other parts of the body via the bloodstream. A fibrosarcoma is a cancer of the connective tissue, and may develop from a benign or malignant fibroma. These cells have have a random, convoluted appearance and darkly stained nuclei that indicate rapid division. Receiving early treatments such as surgery and radiotherapy can improve recovery rates.

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