Follicular dendritic cell sarcoma (FDC) is a form of sarcoma that is extremely rare. Most of its signs, including inflamed lymph nodes that aren’t painful, are similar to lymphoma. This is a type of cancer that inﬂuences the blood.
FDC is classified as a soft tissue sarcoma by doctors. The lymph nodes produce specialized cells that give rise to FDC sarcoma. Moreover, the lymphatic system, which aids in infection prevention, incorporates lymph nodes.
Nodal malignancies are (FDC) sarcomas that form in the lymph nodes. However, roughly 30 of every 100 people experience problems elsewhere in the body, including:
- Digestive system
- Neck and head area
- the area between the lungs and the center of the chest
Since they grow outside of the normal lymph nodes, these FDC are called extranodal tumors.