alexa Cordoma sacrococcígeo. A propósito de un caso
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Journal of Clinical Case Reports

Author(s): Ricardo Alfonzo Nez, Isabella Daz Blancofombona, Juan Carlos Sierra Mileo

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The Sacrococcygeal Chordoma is a rare, malign and insidious starting tumor, that is origin from the remainder of primitive notocorda. We show next, the case of one 39 years old, male patient who goes to consultation for having perianal pain, starting 18 months a go with rectal tenesmus. There were made imagenologics studies (CAT and MRI) that reports: postrectal tumoration with sacrococcygeal destruction, groin adenopathy or inguinal nodes, and pelvic region invasion to perirectal fat. There was realized a guide puncture by TAC, and Diagnosis was Myxoma Papilar/Sacroccocygeal Chordoma. The surgery was a partial Sacrococcygectomy, getting and operation piece with size 9 x 7 x 4 cm. The immunohistochemical study; Concluded: Chordoma.

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This article was published in Revista Mexicana de Coloproctología and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports

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