Peripheral primitive neuroectodermal tumor of seminal vesicles: Is there a role for relatively aggressive treatment modalities?

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Alessandro Crestani *
Andrea Guttilla
Mario Gardi
Marina Gardiman
Fabrizio Dal Moro
Claudio Valotto
Filiberto Zattoni
(*) Corresponding Author:
Alessandro Crestani | alessandro.crest@gmail.com

Abstract

A 50 year old white man received an incidental ultrasound diagnosis of hypoechoic mass interesting the right seminal vesicle. A CT scan showed the presence of a 7.8 cm roundish cyst, originating from the right seminal vesicle. He had been followed by the removal of the right seminal vesicle and both the cystic lesion. The histological findings of the specimen documented the presence of small round cells compatible with Ewing’s sarcoma/PPNET. The patient received also adjuvant chemotherapy and radiation treatment. After 10 years, the follow-up is still negative.

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