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Primary pleuropulmonary sarcoma: what we know about it?


With the word ‘primary pleuropulmonary sarcoma’ we consider a heterogeneous group of tumors derived from cells of mesenchymal origin, which could arise from the lung and pleura. Primary chest wall sarcomas are rare, representing 0.2% of all lung cancers and 5% of all thoracic neoplasms [1]. As often happens with a rare disease, available data are derived from small cohorts of patients and often from single institution experiences and, frequently, from retrospectives analyses.

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