Rhabdomyosarcomas

Definition of Rhabdomyosarcomas:

Malignant tumors of skeletal muscle.  These tumors commonly grow in the arms or legs, but they can also begin in the head and neck area and in reproductive and urinary organs such as the vagina or bladder.  Children are affected much more often than adults.

Also: Rhabdomyosarcoma

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