Primary Ewing's Sarcoma of the Kidney: A Case Report

University of Zagreb, University Hospital for Tumours, Department of Surgery, Zagreb, Croatia
Collegium antropologicum (Impact Factor: 0.61). 06/2012; 36(2):673-6.
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Primary adult Ewing's sarcoma is a rare entity. They most commonly occur in children and young adults. 6% of them are localized extraosseously. We present a case of a 51 year old patient with primary renal Ewing's sarcoma and multiple metastases in liver and iliac bone. Patients with metastatic disease are usually treated with aggressive chemotherapy and have a poor outcome. Our patient underwent complete surgical excision of tumour, and was treated with aggressive chemotherapy, respectively. Two and half years after presentation he is well, without any symptoms.

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