Primary Pulmonary Fibrosarcoma With Bone Metastasis: a Successful Treatment With Post-Operation Adjuvant Chemotherapy

AuthorAmirataollah Hiradfar
AuthorTala Pourlak
AuthorDavoud Badebarin
Issued Date2015-05-28
AbstractIntroduction:: Pulmonary fibrosarcoma has been an extremely rare tumor in children. Wide surgical resection of infantile fibrosarcoma would be the treatment of choice. Case Presentation:: Post-operative chemotherapy has shown the benefit in the cases of residual disease after initial surgery and metastatic disease in the literature. We have presented the case of a 70-days old male child with primary infantile fibrosarcoma of the left lung and distant metastasis of skull. Conclusions:: The aim of this publication was to highlight the role of adjuvant chemotherapy to improve outcome of infantile fibrosarcoma with residual tumor and / or metastatic disease.
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.17795/ijcp2328
KeywordFibrosarcoma
KeywordChemotherapy
KeywordLung
KeywordInfantile
PublisherBrieflands
TitlePrimary Pulmonary Fibrosarcoma With Bone Metastasis: a Successful Treatment With Post-Operation Adjuvant Chemotherapy
TypeCase Report
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