Desmoid Fibromatosis

ICD-O:8821/1

Desmoid fibromatoses are a group of non-metastasising unencapsulated fibrous tissue proliferations that have a tendency towards local invasion and recurrence, which rarely arise in the sinonasal mucosa [96]. They comprise interlacing fascicles of bland spindle-shaped fibroblasts, in a collagenous or myxoid background. The main differential diagnoses are fibrosarcoma and reactive fibro-sis. Desmoid fibromatosis of the sinonasal tract shows lower recurrence rates than desmoid fibromatoses arising in other locations.

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