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Tumores retroperitoneales primitivos del adulto (página 3)

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    Anexos

    Anexo 1. Clasificación OMS / 2002, tumores partes blandas.

    Tejido adiposo

    • Benigno

    ICD-O (726)*

    Lipoma

    8850/0

    Lipomatosis

    8850/0

    Lipomatosis del nervio(nerviosa)

    8850/0

    Lipoblastoma-lipoblastomatosis

    8881/0

    Angiolipoma

    8861/0

    Myolipoma

    8890/0

    Lipoma condroide

    8862/0

    Angiomyolipoma extrarenal

    8860/0

    Myelolipoma extra adrenal

    8870/0

    Células fusiformes - pleomorfico

    8857/0

    Hibernoma

    8880/0

    • Intermedio (localmente agresivo)

    Tumor lipomatoso atípico / liposarcoma bien diferenciado

    8851/3

    • Maligno

    Liposarcoma desdiferenciado

    8858/3

    Liposarcoma mixoide

    8852/3

    Liposarcoma células redondas

    8853/3

    Liposarcoma pleomorfico

    8854/3

    Liposarcoma tipo mixto

    8855/3

    Liposarcoma sin otra especificación

    8850/3

    Tumor fibroblastico - myofibroblastico

    • Benigno

    Fascitis nodular

    Fascitis proliferativa

    Myositis proliferativa

    Myositis osificante

    Fascitis isquémica

    Elastofibroma

    8820/0

    Hamartoma fibroso de la infancia

    Myofibroma/myofibromatosis

    8824/0

    Fibromatosis colli

    Fibromatosis hialina juvenil

    Fibromatosis de cuerpos de inclusión

    Fibroma vaina tendinosa

    8810/0

    Fibroblastoma desmoplastico

    8810/0

    Myofibroblastoma tipo mamario

    8825/0

    Fibroma calcificante aponeurótico

    8810/0

    Angiomyofibroblastoma

    8826/0

    Angiofibroma celular

    9160/0

    Fibroma tipo nucal

    8810/0

    Fibroma Gardner

    8810/0

    Tumor fibroso calcificante

    Angiofibroma células gigantes

    9160/0

    • Intermedio (localmente agresivo)

    Fibromatosis superficial (plantar - palmar)

    8821/1

    Fibromatosis tipo desmoide

    Lipofibromatosis

    • Intermedio (raramente metastizante)

    Tumor fibroso solitario y hemangiopericitoma

    8815/1 - 9150/1

    Tumor myofibroblastico inflamatorio

    8825/1

    Sarcoma myofibroblastico bajo grado

    8825/3

    Sarcoma fibroblastico mixoinflamatorio

    8811/3

    Fibrosarcoma infantil

    8814/3

    • Maligno

    Fibrosarcoma del adulto

    8810/3

    Mixofibrosarcoma

    8811/3

    Sarcoma fibromixoide de bajo grado -

    Tumor de células redondas

    8811/3

    Fibrosarcoma epitelioide esclerosante

    8810/3

    Tumor tipo fibrohistocitario

    Benigno

    Tumor de la vaina tendinosa de células gigantes

    9252/0

    Células gigantes tipo difuso

    9251/0

    Histocitoma fibroso profundo benigno

    8830/0

    Intermedio (raramente metastatizante)

    Tumor fibrohistocitico plexiforme

    8835/1

    Tumor células gigantes

    9251/1

    Maligno

    Histocitoma fibroso maligno pleomorfico - sarcoma indiferenciado pleomorfico

    8830/3

    Histocitoma fibroso maligno células gigantes - sarcoma pleomorfico indiferenciado con células gigantes

    8830/3

    Histocitoma fibroso maligno inflamatorio - sarcoma pleomorfico indiferenciado con inflamación prominente.

    8830/3

    Tumores musculo liso

    Angioleiomioma

    8894/0

    Leiomioma profundo

    8890/0

    Leiomioma genital

    8890/0

    Leiomiosarcoma

    8890/3

    Tumores Pericitico (perivascular)

    Tumor glomus

    Tumor glomus maligno

    8711/0

    Miopericitoma

    8713/1

    Tumores del musculo esquelético

    Benigno

    Rabdomioma

    Tipo adulto

    Tipo fetal

    Tipo genital

    8900/0

    8904/0

    8903/0

    8905/0

    Maligno

    Rabdomiosarcoma embrionario (células redondas, botroide, anaplasico)

    8910/3

    8912/3

    8910/3

    Rabdomiosarcoma alveolar (solido, anaplasico)

    8920/3

    Rabdomiosarcoma pleomorfico

    8901/3

    Tumores vasculares

    Benigno

    Hemangiomas

    • Capilar

    • Cavernoso

    • Arteriovenoso

    • Venoso

    • Intramuscular

    • Sinovial

    9120/0

    9131/0

    9121/0

    9123/0

    9122/0

    9132/0

    9120/0

    Hemangioma epitelioide

    9125/0

    Angiomatosis

    Linfangioma

    9170/0

    Intermedio (localmente agresivo)

    hemangioendotelioma Kaposiforme

    9130/1

    Intermedio (raramente metastatizante)

    Hemangioendotelioma retiforme

    9135/1

    Angioendotelioma papilar intralinfatico

    9135/1

    Hemangioendotelioma compuesto

    9130/1

    Sarcoma de Kaposi

    9140/3

    Maligno

    Hemangioendotelioma epitelioide

    9133/3

    Angiosarcoma partes blandas

    9120/3

    Tumores condro- oseos

    Condroma partes blandas

    9220/0

    Condrosarcoma mesenquimatico

    9240/3

    Osteosarcoma extraesqueletico

    9180/3

    Tumores de diferenciación incierta

    Benigno

    Mixoma intramuscular (incluye variedad celular)

    8840/0

    Mixoma yuxta-articular

    8840/0

    Angiomixoma profundo (agresivo)

    8841/0

    Tumor angioestasico hialinizante pleomorfico

    Thimoma hamartomatoso ectópico

    8587/0

    Intermedio (raramente metastatizante)

    Histocitoma fibroso angiomatoide

    8836/1

    Tumor fibromixoide osificante (atípico-maligno)

    8842/0

    Tumor mixoide - mioepitelioma - paracondroma

    8940/1

    8982/1

    9373/1

    Maligno

    Sarcoma sinovial

    9040/3

    Sarcoma epitelioide

    8804/3

    Sarcoma partes blandas alveolar

    9581/3

    Sarcoma partes blandas células claras

    9044/3

    Condrosarcoma mixoide extraesqueletico

    9231/3

    PNET/Extraesqueletico Ewing tumor PNET

    9364/3

    9260/3

    Tumor desmoplasico de células redondas

    8806/3

    Tumor rabdoide extrarenal

    8963/3

    Mesenquimoma maligno

    8990/3

    PEComa. Neoplasma con diferenciación celular perivascular epitelioide - tumor miomelanocitico células claras

    Sarcoma intimal

    8800/3

    *Código de la clasificación internacional de enfermedades oncológicas.

    MONOGRAFIA DE ASISTENTE

    DE CIRUGIA GENERAL

     

     

    Autor:

    Dr Pablo Valsangiácomo

    Clínica Quirúrgica 3. Prof Dr Luis Ruso.

    Hospital Maciel. Facultad de Medicina.

    Montevideo. Uruguay

    Junio 2011

    Partes: 1, 2, 3


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