Paratesticular rhabdomyosarcoma occurs predominantly in children and adolescents. is a rare tumor and It's developped proximal to the tesicle. Clinical signs are like any intrascrotal tumor.
ultrasound, CT scan and tumor markers are necessary for the diagnostic and stadification of this cancer. Orchidectomy followed by chemotherapy and radiotherapy is the usual treatment. We report 3 cases of paratesticular rhabdomyosarcoma. We discuss the diagnosis and therapeutic attitudes, evolutionary aspects and prognostic factors of these tumors re also discussed
T. Kebdani ,K. El Omari ,K. Hadadi ,H. Errihani ,H. Mansouri ,A. Mansouri ,N. Benjaafar ,B. K. El Gueddari ,
Maroc Med. 2002;
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