Sukhov, M. N.; Polyaev, Yu. A.; Lyivina, I. P.; Kobyatskiy, A. V.; Isaeva, M. V.; Garbuzov, R. V.; Golenishchev, A. V.; Mosin, A. V.
September 2011
Pacific Medical Journal / Tihookeanskij Medicinskij Zurnal;Sep2011, Issue 3, p99
The paper describes combination therapy of massive vascular tumour of lumbosacral region diagnosed in a girl aged eight years. Before making eradication of tumour, the surgeons have performed X-ray endovascular occlusion of the feeding vessels. During the control survey in three months after the operation, no pathology was found.


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