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Giant cell fibroblastoma is an uncommon soft tissue tumor of childhood that was first described by Schmookler and Enzinger.[1] The lesion characteristically occurs in the first decade of life, with more than one half of cases occurring before the age of 5 years.
Secondary elements are usually absent Giant cell fibroblastoma Bland spindle to oval cells entrapped (present case) in a metachromatic matrix; may be accompanied by multinucleated giant cells with wreathlike nuclei Miscellaneous Leiomyomas ...
[4.] Perry DA, Schultz LR, Dehner LR Giant cell fibroblastoma with dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans-like transformation.