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Monday, 27 October 2014

CASE 279: RETROPERITONEAL PELVIC TUMOR, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI- Dr LÊ TUẤN KHUÊ. MEDIC MEDICAL CENTER, HCMC, VIETNAM

MALE PATIENT 42 yo, from CA MAU PROVINCE, GETTING  HIS LOWER ABDOMEN BIGGER  AS 3 MONTH WITHOUT ANY SYMPTOM.

HE WAS TRANSMITTED TO CANCER HOSPITAL AND BINH DAN HOSPITAL.

ON CYSTOSCOPY HIS URINARY BLADDER WAS PRESSED FROM OUTSIDE.

ULTRASOUND AT MEDIC DETECTED A HUGE MASS IN PELVIS, CENTRAL NECROSIS.



AT BINH DAN HOSPITAL, COLONOSCOPY WAS PERFORMED AND THE RESULT WAS SIGMOID COLITIS.



AND CT of BINH DAN HOSPITAL REVEALED A HUGE RETROPERITONEAL MASS IN PELVIC REGION.



OPERATION  WAS DONE TO REMOVE THE TUMOR WHICH WAS of 15X20cm IN SIZE FROM ANTERIOR OF URINARY BLADDER TO PROMONTORY of SACRUM.




THE RESULT of HISTOPATHOLOGY AND HISTOIMMUNOLOGIC STAINING WAS A SCHWANNOMA.


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