volume 38, issue 1, P79-80 2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-69912011000100015
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Abstract: ABSTRACT ABSTRACT ABSTRACT ABSTRACT ABSTRACTThe authors report a case of a male patient in his forties with progressive abdominal pain associated with weight loss, dyspnea, and edema of the inferior limbs, culminating in a surgical acute abdomen. A segmental enterectomy containing a lesion of about 10cm in diameter was performed. It was later confirmed, by means of immuno-hystochemistry, as being a Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor of high biological aggressiveness. Etiology, diagnosis, classification, prognosis…

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