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Leiomyosarcoma of the small intestine is a rare neoplasm that has a difficult, and normally late, diagnosis. We present two cases operated in our service and discuss the different forms of clinical presentation, the surgical strategy and the controversial aspects of benignity and malignancy aspects. The survival is emphasized.
INTRODUCTION Adrenohepatic fusion means union between the adrenal gland and the liver, intermingling its parenchymas. It is not possible to identify this condition by image tests. Its presence implies radical and multidisciplinar approach. PRESENTATION OF CASES We report two female cases of 45 and 50 years old with clinical virilization and palpable mass… (More)