Neuroblastoma resection in an adult with a 10-year history of chest-mass shadow
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Neuroblastoma is rare in adults. We encountered this tumor in an asymptomatic 21-year-old man with a 10-year history of a mass-like shadow in chest radiography. Diagnosis was confirmed after resection, and 60 Gy radiation therapy was started. One year later, the patient has no clinical or radiological evidence of recurrence.
Key wordsneuroblastoma adult surgery radiation
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