, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp 380-382
Date: 13 Sep 2008

Primitive neuroectodermal peripheral tumour of the retroperitoneum

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Abstract

Retroperitoneal primitive neuroectodermal tumour is an uncommon disease. The main treatment consists of surgical resection, which can require resection of great vessels, depending on the location. We present a single case of a 19-year-old male with a large tumour. To achieve R0 resection we needed to remove the vena cava. Venous flow reconstruction was performed with a cava prosthesis.