Definition of Angiosarcomas:

Malignant tumors that can develop either from blood vessels (hemangiosarcomas) or from lymph vessels (lymphangiosarcomas).  These tumors can sometimes develop in a part of the body that has been exposed to radiation.  These are sometimes seen in the breast after radiation therapy for breast cancer or in the arm on the same side as a breast that has been irradiated or removed by mastectomy.

Also: Angiosarcoma, Hemangiosarcoma, Hemangiosarcomas, Lymphangiosarcoma, Lymphangiosarcomas

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