The epidemiology of neonatal tumours

@article{Moore2003TheEO,
  title={The epidemiology of neonatal tumours},
  author={Samuel W. Moore and Daniel Satg{\'e} and AnnieJ. Sasco and Arthur Zimmermann and Jack Plaschkes},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={509-519}
}
Neonatal tumours occur every 12,500–27,500 live births and comprise 2% of childhood malignancies, but there is little clarity as to their real prevalence, sites of origin and pathological nature as reported series vary. As an entity, neonatal tumours provide a unique window of opportunity to study tumours in which minimal environmental interference has occurred. The majority of tumours present with a mass at birth (e.g., teratomas, neuroblastomas, mesoblastic nephroma, fibromatosis), which are… CONTINUE READING

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