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Author(s): Kanda H, Sakurai M, Arima K, Kanda H, Sakurai M, Arima K

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Abstract A case report of a presacral dermoid cyst in an adult. A 39-year-old man visited our hospital because of lower abdominal pain. A soft mass was palpable on the right side wall of rectum. Computed tomographic (CT) scan, transrectal ultrasonography and MR imaging showed presacral cystic tumor with a diameter of 10 cm. The tumor was resected by using a sacral approach. It contained muddy substance and hairs. Histopathological examination showed that the tumor wall was made of stratified squamous epithelium with skin appendage. Hence, it was diagnosed as a dermoid cyst. After operation, wound infection and dehiscence occurred, but it healed after conservative treatment. Complete excision of developmental cysts is advised because of possibility of malignancy and infection.
This article was published in Hinyokika Kiyo and referenced in Medical Reports & Case Studies

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