Nonhormonal adrenocortical tumor in childhood: case report.


The case of a 4-year-old boy with a large, clinically nonhormonal adrenocortical tumor is presented. The tumor was judged to be malignant and treated with excision radiotherapy, and combination chemotherapy. At 47 months from diagnosis the patient remains free of disease. Review of the literature reveals the extreme rarity of such tumors in childhood. An… (More)


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@article{White1981NonhormonalAT, title={Nonhormonal adrenocortical tumor in childhood: case report.}, author={L. White and D O Hughes}, journal={The American journal of pediatric hematology/oncology}, year={1981}, volume={3 3}, pages={310-2} }