Primary solitary fibrous tumor of the retroperitoneum

  • Hind Charhi | hinduse@hotmail.com Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Zakiya Bernoussi Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Azzouz Haddan Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Siham Mesmoudi Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Abderrahim Elktaibi Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Fatima Mansouri Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Rachid Elktaibi Department of surgery “B”, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Khalid Lahlou Department of surgery “B”, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Ahmed Jahid Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.
  • Najat Mahassini Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat, Morocco.

Abstract

Solitary fibrous tumor is an uncommon neoplasm affecting adults and typically located in the pleura and can also occur in a large number of other extra thoracic sites. We present the case of a solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) of the retroperitoneum and describe their histopathological and immunohistochemical features. The identification of SFT in the retroperitoneum is of importance because its clinico-pathological behaviour is still unclear. The pathologist plays a fundamental role in establishing both the positive and differential diagnosis.

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Hind Charhi, Department of pathology, Ibn Sina hospital, Rabat
department of pathology
Published
2011-12-13
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Keywords:
solitary fibrous tumor, retroperitoneum.
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Charhi, H., Bernoussi, Z., Haddan, A., Mesmoudi, S., Elktaibi, A., Mansouri, F., Elktaibi, R., Lahlou, K., Jahid, A., & Mahassini, N. (2011). Primary solitary fibrous tumor of the retroperitoneum. Clinics and Practice, 1(4), e137. https://doi.org/10.4081/cp.2011.e137