4 Mesothelioma Cell Types You Should Know

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Sarcomatoid mesothelioma cells are less common, verified in only 7 to 20 percent of cases. They are random and irregular, growing out of supportive structures like muscles or bones. Under the microscope, the cells are elongated and spindle-shaped, without a nucleus. Diagnosing sarcomatoid mesothelioma cells is more difficult because they resemble healthy tissue.

What is mesothelioma? Learn more about it here.

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