Clinical and pathologic features of primary gastric rhabdomyosarcoma.

@article{Fox1990ClinicalAP,
  title={Clinical and pathologic features of primary gastric rhabdomyosarcoma.},
  author={Karl R. Fox and Sandra Moussa and Ricardo J. Mitre and Bernard L. Zidar and John J. Raves},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1990},
  volume={66 4},
  pages={
          772-8
        }
}
The authors report a case of a collision tumor composed of a primary gastric rhabdomyosarcoma intermingled with an adjacent infiltrating gastric adenocarcinoma. Only eight cases of gastric rhabdomyosarcoma have been reported previously and little information is recorded about the behavior of this tumor. Gastric rhabdomyosarcoma has several distinctive clinical features. It is a highly aggressive tumor (median survival, 2.5 months) occurring in both children and adults and frequently presents as… CONTINUE READING