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trisomy 5

tumoral trisomy 5

Monday 28 May 2007

Tumors

- acute lymphoblastic leukemia (14734231, 10731595)
- synovial chondroma/synovial chondromatosis (11793371)
- parosteal chondroma (11793371)
- soft tissue chondroma (11793371)
- primary mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the minor salivary gland (7923075)
- cavernous hemangioma/angiosarcoma (2278963)

As the sole cytogenetic abnormality

- cavernous hemangioma/angiosarcoma (2278963)

See also

- chondroid tumors (cartilaginous tumors)
- tumoral trisomies

References

- Harris RL, Harrison CJ, Martineau M, Taylor KE, Moorman AV. Is trisomy 5 a distinct cytogenetic subgroup in acute lymphoblastic leukemia?Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2004 Jan 15;148(2):159-62. PMID: 14734231

- Sandoval C, Mayer SP, Ozkaynak MF, Tugal O, Jayabose S. Trisomy 5 as a sole cytogenetic abnormality in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2000 Apr 1;118(1):69-71. PMID: 10731595

- Mandahl N, Jin YS, Heim S, Willen H, Wennerberg J, Biorklund A, Mitelman F. Trisomy 5 and loss of the Y chromosome as the sole cytogenetic anomalies in a cavernous hemangioma/angiosarcoma. Genes Chromosomes Cancer. 1990 Mar;1(4):315-6. PMID: 2278963