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Pathology Report for Cancerous Neoplasm

Could you please provide me with information if there is malignancy in this Renal Neoplasm pathology report:

The bulk of the tumor is comprised  of mature adipose tissue with foci of necrosis associated with macorphages and giant cells.   The smooth muscle component is comprised of smooth muscle cells with elongated nuclei.  NUCLEAR PLEOMORPHISM, RARE MITOTIC FIGURES, NUCLEAR ENLARGEMENT AND BIZARRE NUCLEI ARE SCATTERED.  Immature smooth muscle cells with ROUNDED NUCLEI AND CLEAR CYTOPLASM are noted, some of which are arranged in palisades around a certral arteriole.

If malignancy is present, what type of cancer?  I appreciate your time and assistance.

Thank you.
Diagnosis: Type of Cancer?
:  
Pathology Report
Date of Diagnosis
:  
April 23, 2008
Type of Surgery
:  
Renal Neoplasm
Stage/Size of Tumor
:  
Unknown
Location of Tumor(s)
:  
Left Renal
Age of Patient/Pre or Post Menopause?
:  
42
Sex of Patient:
:  
Female
General Geographic Location
:  
Orange County, CA
Have you received hormone replacement therapy?
:  
No
Please list all of your current medications:
:  
Multi-Vitamins
Please describe your alcohol and/or smoking history:
:  
None
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