The Authors report a case of renal hemangiopericytoma, whose interest is related to the extreme rarity (24 cases reported until today), its insidious growth, the late in diagnosis, its uncertain clinical-biological evolution, not always predictable. Considering chemotherapy and radiotherapy ineffectiveness, an adequate treatment for such a neoplasm requires the surgical therapy, which must be followed by a careful follow-up.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Giornale di Chirurgia|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1999|
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