Solitary fibrous tumor
Liver and intrahepatic bile ducts
A relatively rare, spindle-cell, fibroblastic tumour that typically shows a prominent haemangiopericytoma-like vascular pattern. It is histopathologically characterized by the presence of round to spindle-shaped cells, hyalinized stroma formation, thin-walled branching blood vessels, and thin bands of collagen.
Hepatic solitary fibrous tumour (previously also known as localized fibrous tumour and localized fibrous mesothelioma) originates from the submesothelial tissue of the liver. It occurs in patients aged 16–84 years (mean, 55 years)
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Solitary fibrous tumor of the liver: a clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical study of nine cases.
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and with a female-to-male predominance of 2 : 1. Clinical presentation includes mild abdominal discomfort and presence of a solid abdominal mass. Some cases are associated with hypoglycaemia caused by the production of an insulin-like growth factor
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International Agency for Research on Cancer: Lyon 2010