Clear Cell Sarcoma

Definition of Clear Cell Sarcoma:

A rare cancer that often develops in tendons and related tissues.  Under the microscope, it shares some features with malignant melanoma, a type of cancer that develops from pigment-producing skin cells.  How cancers with these features develop in parts of the body far from the skin is not known.

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Soft Tissue Sarcoma

...the condition
“...The types of tumor that can develop from different soft tissues include ... Tumors of Uncertain Tissue Type – Myxoma; malignant mesenchymoma; alveolar soft-part sarcoma; epithelioid sarcoma; clear cell sarcoma; desmoplastic small cell tumor...”
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