2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.14236
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Abstract: A collision tumor is a neoplastic lesion comprised of two or more distinct cell populations that maintain distinct borders. Collision tumors, which are rare but well documented, can be composed of two benign tumors, a benign and malignant tumor, and two malignant tumors. Although case reports and reviews on specific types of collision tumors exist, a cohesive source discussing these tumors is lacking. We critically reviewed the literature by analyzing case reports and retrospective studies in order to evaluate…

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