Desmoid tumors of mesentery: Mesenteric fibromatosisÖzgür Ekinci, Bülent Gürbüz, Özlem Okur, M. Rafet Yiğitbaşı, Haydar Yalman, Çağrı Bilgiç
Göztepe 3.On the General Surgery Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul
Background: Desmoid tumors are slowly growing deep fibromatosis with aggressive infiltration of adjacent tissue but without any metastatic potential.Keywords: Desmoid tumors, mesentery, local infiltration, intestinal obstruction
Case Report: We present a 65 year old male patient with mesenteric fibromatosis of small bowel who has undergone resection of the lesion including some part of small intestine. A huge mass measuring 20*20*20 cm in size in the mesentery of ileum was observed during laparotomy. This mass included 20 cm of ileal segment, begining 60 cm proximally from ileocecal valve. He had a history of an earlier abdominal surgery for pyloric stenosis about 10 years ago. Preoperative evaluation included abdominal ultrasound and computered tomography.
Conclusion: Surgery has a key role in management of intraabdominal desmoid tumors.
Mezenterin Desmoid tümörler: Mezenterik fibromatosisÖzgür Ekinci, Bülent Gürbüz, Özlem Okur, M. Rafet Yiğitbaşı, Haydar Yalman, Çağrı Bilgiç
Göztepe Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesi 3.Genel Cerrahi Kliniği, İstanbul
Anahtar Kelimeler: Desmoid tümör, mezenter, lokal infiltrasyon, intestinal obstruksiyon
Özgür Ekinci, Bülent Gürbüz, Özlem Okur, M. Rafet Yiğitbaşı, Haydar Yalman, Çağrı Bilgiç. Desmoid tumors of mesentery: Mesenteric fibromatosis. Medeniyet Med J. 2009; 24(4): 195-197
Corresponding Author: Özgür Ekinci, Türkiye