Cervicotomy and Sternotomy for Resectin of Cervicothoracic Neuroblastoma in Children
Iranian Journal of Pediatric Surgery,
Vol. 3 No. 1 (2017),
3 October 2017
Introduction: We report the case of a 4 years old girl who present
a cervico-thoracic ganglioneuroblastome with none response to
chemotherapy and radiotherapy
Case presentation: The girl was operated using the Cormier
Dartevelle-Grünenwald incision which helped to remove the tumor
completely with optimal control of noble elements. The follow up
Conclusion: The Cormier Dartevelle-Grünenwald incision can be a
good option in case of big cervico-thoracic malignant tumors.
- cervicothoracic tumor
- Cormier Dartevelle-Grünenwald incision
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