Intra Oral Fibrosarcoma with Various Histopathological Patterns: A Rare Case Report ED04-ED06
Dr. K.L. Keerthana,
Post Graduate Student, Department of Oral Pathology, G. Pulla Reddy Dental College,
Nandyal Road, Kurnool-518007, India.
Fibrosarcoma has been defined as a malignant mesenchymal tumour, the cells of which recapitulate the appearance of the normal fibroblast, with variable collagen production. Fibrosarcoma is a very uncommon tumour in the head and neck regions constituting only 0.05% of all the fibrosarcomas presenting in humans. They cause no characteristic symptoms and pose difficulty in clinical diagnosis. They have been classified histologically based on their distinct features into myxoid fibrosarcoma, low grade fibromyxoid fibrosarcoma and sclerosing epitheloid sarcoma. Here we present a rare case report of a 45-year-old male patient presenting with a maxillary fibrosarcoma, which histologically presented with different patterns.