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Sarcomas are very rare tumors and in 10-30% of the cases are located in the retroperitoneum.

Leiomyosarcomas of inferior vena cava accounts for less than 1% of all sarcomas. Despite the poor prognosis as a whole, some cases with R0 resection might have excellent outcome. So, all attempts for R0 resection should be undertaken. Herein we present a case with tumor located at the border of lower and middle third of the IVC managed by excision, primary suture and preservation of both renal veins. A short review of the basic surgical options and risk factors is given.

Intramuscular giant lipomas are rare and show findings that can be confused with a well-differentiated low grade liposarcoma.

Authors: Ventsislav Mutafchiyski1, Georgi Popivanov1, Dimitar Penchev1, Albena Fakirova2, Ivan Inkov3, Rumen Popov4

Affiliations: 1) Clinic of Endoscopic, Endocrine surgery and Coloproctology, Military Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria.

2) Department of Pathology, Military Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria.

3) Clinic of Thoracic Surgery, Military Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria.

4) Center of Transfusional Hematology, Military Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Disclosure: The author has declared no conflicts of interest.

Received: 27.05.16 Accepted: 10.06.16

1486385429 Quote  doi: 10.5455/ijsm.leiomyosarcoma-vena-cava-inferior

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How to Cite this Article

Mutafchiyski, V., Popivanov, G., Penchev, D., Fakirova, A., Inkov, I. and Popov, R. (2016). LEIOMYOSARCOMA OF INFERIOR VENA CAVA. International Journal of Surgery and Medicine, [online] 2(3). Available at: http://10.5455/ijsm.leiomyosarcoma-vena-cava-inferior.

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