carcinosarcoma

Wikidiffcom vs Carcinosarcoma - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | carcinosarcoma |


As a noun carcinosarcoma is

(pathology) any malignant neoplasm that has characteristics of both a carcinoma and a sarcoma.

Sarcoma vs Carcinosarcoma - What's the difference?

sarcoma | carcinosarcoma |


As nouns the difference between sarcoma and carcinosarcoma

is that sarcoma is (oncology) a type of malignant tumor of the bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, or other connective or supportive tissue while carcinosarcoma is (pathology) any malignant neoplasm that has characteristics of both a carcinoma and a sarcoma.

Carcinoma vs Carcinosarcoma - What's the difference?

carcinoma | carcinosarcoma |


As nouns the difference between carcinoma and carcinosarcoma

is that carcinoma is (oncology) an invasive malignant tumor derived from epithelial tissue that tends to metastasize to other areas of the body while carcinosarcoma is (pathology) any malignant neoplasm that has characteristics of both a carcinoma and a sarcoma.

Neoplasm vs Carcinosarcoma - What's the difference?

neoplasm | carcinosarcoma |


As nouns the difference between neoplasm and carcinosarcoma

is that neoplasm is (pathology|oncology) an abnormal new growth of disorganized tissue in animals or plants while carcinosarcoma is (pathology) any malignant neoplasm that has characteristics of both a carcinoma and a sarcoma.

Malignant vs Carcinosarcoma - What's the difference?

malignant | carcinosarcoma |


As nouns the difference between malignant and carcinosarcoma

is that malignant is while carcinosarcoma is (pathology) any malignant neoplasm that has characteristics of both a carcinoma and a sarcoma.

As an adjective malignant

is harmful, malevolent, injurious.