Synovial sarcoma (shoulder joint)

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History: For 2 weeks, a painless swelling in the left cervical area and in the suprapit. Surgical aspiration of the mass. Diagnosis: hematoma.
After 6 months, severely increased swelling.


Findings:



Discussion:


After incomplete surgery, chemotherapy with receding size of the tumor. After that, radiation. Now no proof of tumor rests with radiogenic edema in the region of radiation.

Article by: G. Hahn (Dresden), www.PedRad.info (www.pedrad.info)



Differential diagnosis: Other soft-tissue tumors, i.e. Rhabdomyosarcoma

Diagnosis confirmation: Surgery / Histo



Category: Pediatric

Region / Organ: Thorax-Muscular system / Connective tissue / Skin

Etiology: neoplastic

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