Pediatric desmoid tumor: retrospective analysis of 63 cases.

@article{Monahan1995PediatricDT,
  title={Pediatric desmoid tumor: retrospective analysis of 63 cases.},
  author={Elaine Monahan and Steven I. Hajdu and Uma Kher and Michael P. La Quaglia and Philip R. Exelby and Glenn Heller and Norma Wollner},
  journal={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology},
  year={1995},
  volume={13 11},
  pages={
          2813-8
        }
}
PURPOSE This study was conducted to evaluate clinical prognostic factors predictive of the probability of recurrence of desmoid tumor (DT). PATIENTS AND METHODS Sixty-three patients with histologically confirmed diagnosis of DT were retrospectively studied. Median age at diagnosis was 13 years. Patient distribution by site was as follows: 61% extremities, 18% head and neck, 13% trunk (including 5% intraabdominal), and 8% multicentric lesions. All patients had partial or complete resections… CONTINUE READING

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