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Diagnosis Challenge Of Atypical Spindle Cells Neoplasm Of The Spermatic Cord.
Autor: G. Fernández Conejo, E. De La Peña, I. Sola, R. Ionela Stanescu Y C. Llorente.
Editorial: Archivos Españoles de Urología
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Tipo de publicación: Articulo
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Descripción:

OBJECTIVE: To report an unusual case of softtissue

neoplasm and to review the literature on this type of

tumour.

METHODS: We report an accidentally found tumour closely

related to the spermatic cord that was diagnosed in a

70 year-old man when he was being operated on for an

inguinal hernia repair.

RESULTS: After thorough analysis by experienced pathologists

it was not possible to determine the nature of the tumour that

was removed at surgery.

CONCLUSIONS: Soft tissues neoplasms of the spermatic

cord may occur in an unusual way and they may be a real

challenge to diagnose.

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Revista Internacional de Urología indexada y peer-reviewed, fundada en 1944, dirigida a toda la comunidad científica. Aquí encontrarás las últimas novedades y hallazgos urológicos. Publicamos 10 números anuales.