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BTDMJB. 2005; 1(1): 42-44


Posterior mediastinal neuroblastoma

Sibel Bayramoğlu, Fatma Beyazal Çeliker, Sema Aksoy, Tan Cimilli, Bahar Salihoğlu, Filiz İslim.

Abstract
Neuroblastoma is the 3rd most common malignant tumor in infancy, following leukemia and CNS tumors. It is the second most common tumor encountered during childhood. Neuroblastoma is a malignant tumor originating from the neural crest . Patients are usually younger than 4 years of age. 46% of the cases are derived from the surrenal glands. But the tumor can be detected anywhere from the neck to the sacrum, wherever the sympathetic chain exists. 14% of the neuroblastomas originate within the thoracal region. Here we report a case of posterior mediastinal neuroblastoma which has some rarely encountered yet typical radiological findings.

Key words: Neuroblastoma, thoracal region, child



Article Language: Turkish English


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