Author(s): Soto Delgado M, Pedrero Mrquez G, Jimnez Romero ME, Navas Martnez MC
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Abstract Radical surgery is the only feasible and successful treatment for paratesticular sarcomas, with the exception of rabdomyosarcoma. The inguinal approach is the ideal and obligatory one, including excision of the spermatic cord and adjacent testicle. Long-term periodic follow-up visits are mandatory because relapses may ocurre even long time after diagnosis: In the case of relapse, surgery is again the only tool we have to control this type of tumor. We present two cases of paratesticular leiomyosarcoma, a tumor un common.
This article was published in Actas Urol Esp
and referenced in Surgery: Current Research