Solitary fibrous tumor
Solitary fibrous tumors are rare growths of soft tissue cells that can form almost anywhere in the body.
Solitary fibrous tumors most commonly occur in the lining around the outside of the lungs (pleural solitary fibrous tumors). Individual fibrous tumors have also been found in the head and neck, chest, kidneys, prostate, spinal cord, and Solitary fibrous tumor treatment in Nizamabad locations.
- Soft tissue sarcoma must not initially cause any signs or symptoms. As the tumor grows, it can cause:
- A noticeable lump or swelling
Pain when a tumor puts pressure on nerves or muscles Solitary fibrous tumor treatment in Nizamabad
In most cases, it is not known what causes soft tissue sarcoma.
- Cancer usually occurs when cells make mistakes (mutations) in their DNA. Errors cause cells to grow and divide uncontrollably. The abnormal cells that accumulate form a tumor that can grow to invade nearby structures, and the abnormal cells can spread to other parts of the body.
- The type of cell that develops the genetic mutation will determine the type of soft tissue sarcoma you have. For example, angiosarcoma begins in the lining of blood vessels, while liposarcoma begins in fat cells. Some types of soft tissue sarcoma include:
- Protuberans dermatofibrosarcoma
- Epithelial sarcoma
\Some of the factors that can increase your risk of sarcoma include:
Hereditary Syndromes. The risk of soft tissue sarcoma can be inherited from your parents. Genetic syndromes that increase your risk include hereditary retinoblastoma, Li-Fraumeni syndrome, familial adenomatous polyposis, neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, and Werner syndrome.
Exposure to chemicals. Exposure to certain chemicals like herbicides, arsenic, and dioxin can increase the risk of soft tissue sarcoma. Solitary fibrous tumor treatment in Nizamabad