2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijscr.2020.09.143
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Recurrent giant retroperitoneal liposarcoma with 10 years follow up. Case report and review of literature

Abstract: Highlights Liposarcomas are a malignant transformation of fat tissue, found in two major subtypes according to their differentiation. Enhanced CT is essential for diagnosis and confirmed by percutaneous large core needle guided biopsies. Surgery remains the standard practice in treating non-metastatic liposarcomas. No clear definition for giant liposarcoma, Only 52 cases reported between 1998 and July 2020. Our patient… Show more

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“…The absence of tumor (RLS) capsule break-in is a crucial condition for kidney conservation [15] . Avoiding nephrectomy seems also possible when the RLS is widely displacing the kidney [4,16] . In addition to these criteria, the patient's advanced age is another argument for trying to preserve the kidney [11] .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The absence of tumor (RLS) capsule break-in is a crucial condition for kidney conservation [15] . Avoiding nephrectomy seems also possible when the RLS is widely displacing the kidney [4,16] . In addition to these criteria, the patient's advanced age is another argument for trying to preserve the kidney [11] .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%