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A metastatic cancerous tumour is termed Sarcoma if the disorder is in?


A
Fibroblast
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B
Circulatory system
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C
Immune system
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D
Epithelial cells
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Solution

The correct option is D Fibroblast
A metastatic cancerous tumour is termed Sarcoma if the disorder is in the fibroblasts. These cells are involved in the formation of a matrix (extracellular), collagen, and the stroma framework (structural) in the tissues of animals. It is also involved in the formation of clots.
So, the correct answer is 'Fibroblast'.

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