Monday, March 23, 2009



Common malignant soft tissue tumor of children and adolescence.

•Genitourinary tract

•A tumor or mass that can be seen or felt (may or may not be painful).
•Bleeding from the nose, vagina, rectum or throat (may occur if the location of the tumor is in these areas).
•Tingling, numbness, pain and movement (may be affected if the tumor compresses nerves in the area).
•Protrusion of the eye or a drooping eyelid (may indicate a tumor behind the area).

–Diagnostic cell: Rhabdomyoblast

–Treatment: Surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy.

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