The Concrete Paltriness- Calcifying Fibrous Tumour
Calcifying fibrous tumour is an exceptional, benign, soft tissue neoplasm initially scripted by Rosenthal et al in 1988 as a ?childhood fibrous tumour with psammoma bodies? . The neoplasm was subsequently nomenclated as ?calcifying fibrous tumour? by Larson et al .
Calcifying fibrous tumour (CFT) is a distinctive, solitary, hypo-cellular neoplasm emerging from subcutaneous fibrous soft tissue. The neoplasm exhibits a proliferation of bland, spindle-shaped fibroblasts enmeshed within dense, hyalinised collagenous tissue, intermingled with an infiltrate of mature lymphocytes and plasma cell along with foci of dystrophic calcification or incorporated calcific, psammoma-like bodies .