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Title: Neoplasia papilar cística do pâncreas
Other Titles: Papyllary cystic tumor of the pancreas
Authors: Pinto Junior, Francisco Edilson Leite
Moraes, Marcus Vinícius de
Oliveira, Álisson Giovani Freitas de
Keywords: Frantz’s tumor;Pancreatic tumor
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgiões
Citation: Francisco Edilson Leite Pinto Junior ; MORAES, M. V. ; Álisson Giovani Freitas de Oliveira . Neoplasia papilar cística do pâncreas. Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgiões, v. 28, p. 304-306, 2001.
Abstract: Papyllary cystic tumor of the pancreas, so-called Frantz’s tumor, is rare. Clinical presentation of this disease is usually a slowly growing abdominal mass with or without abdominal pain, affecting predominantly young females. Its pathogenesis is still unknown . Surgical resection is usually curative, and prognosis is excellent. The authors report two pancreatic tumor cases(Frantz’s tumor) in women aged 26 and 31 years old. Pre operative assessment showed a solid-cystic tumor of the tail and body of the pancreas. An extended distal pancreatectomy was performed without splenic preservation
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