" In the heart, exposure to GSM or CDMA modulations of RFR in male rats resulted in a statistically significant, positive trend in the incidence of schwannomas. There was also a statistically significant, pairwise increase at the highest CDMA exposure level tested compared to controls. Schwann cell hyperplasias also occurred at the highest exposure level of CDMA- modulated RFR. Schwann cell hyperplasia in the heart may progress to cardiac schwannomas."
" In the brain, there was a significant, positive trend in the incidences of malignant gliomas in males exposed to CDMA-modulated RFR, and a low incidence was observed in males at all exposure levels of GSM-modulated RFR that was not statistically different than in control males. Glial cell hyperplasia, a preneoplastic lesion distinctly different from gliosis, was also observed at low incidences in rats exposed to either GSM or CDMA modulation. Glial cell hyperplasia may progress to malignant glioma. Neither of these lesions was observed in the control group of male rats."
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