central nervous system primitive neuroectodermal tumor
- CNS PNET.
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Primitive neuroectodermal tumor — Classification and external resources ICD O: M9473/3 DiseasesDB 31470 … Wikipedia
primitive neuroectodermal tumor — PNET. One of a group of cancers that develop from the same type of early cells, and share certain biochemical and genetic features. Some PNETs develop in the brain and central nervous system (CNS PNET), and others develop in sites outside of the… … English dictionary of cancer terms
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peripheral neuroectodermal tumor — (PNET) a primitive neuroectodermal tumor occurring outside of the central nervous system, such as on a limb, the pelvis, or the chest wall; seen most often in adolescents and young adults, frequently with widespread metastases … Medical dictionary
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