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In the current usage the term "soft tissue tumors" refers to neoplasms arising from connective, adipose, or muscle tissue, peripheral nerves, blood vessels, and so forth, but excluding those arising from the epithelium or neuroepithelium and the epithelial lining of the viscera. Malignant soft tissue tumors generally fall into the category of sarcoma and are much less common than carcinoma, perhaps by a factor of several hundred. Because of their rarity, few pathologists, clinicians, or radiotherapists have had extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment of these tumors. Dr. Hajdu's book fills this gap with distinction. It is based on the
Pathology of Soft Tissue Tumors.. Ann Intern Med. 1980;93:651. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-93-4-651_1
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