Cesáreo B Costero-Barrios

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A 32-year-old female presented with a large tumoral mass in the left upper quadrant (ULQ) of the abdomen with abdominal and retroperitoneal components, infiltrating the spleen and adhered to pancreatic tail, colon, left kidney, and stomach that could be completely resected along with the spleen. Histopathologic study including immunohistochemical profile(More)
The twenty-fourth case of primary renal angiosarcoma is described, according to the available international literature, this present in a 71-year-old male, a mechanic by trade, without carcinogenic antecedents. Hematuria, pain in flank, and left-side tumoral mass of approximately 20 cm in diameter located in kidney by computerized axial tomography (CT)(More)
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