José María Menéndez Rubio

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Marjolin's ulcer is the malignant transformation of a scar, usually as a squamous cell carcinoma. An uncommon presentation form is from a laparostomy scar. A 49-year-old patient that had a laparostomy during the treatment of a necrohemorrhagic pancreatitis in 1987 complained 13 years later of a 20-cm ulcer on the laparostomy scar. A resection of the(More)
Undifferentiated (embryonal) sarcoma (UES) of the liver is a primary malignant tumor, rarely diagnosed in adults. Because of the absence of specific symptoms, rapid tumor growth, and normality of the common tumor markers, this neoplasm has a poor prognosis. Histologically, UES of the liver is characterized by anaplastic cells within myxoid matrix.(More)
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