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 Vol 3: Latissimus dorsi free flap reconstruction of major abdominal defect in treatment of giant Marjolins ulcer: a short report focused on preoperative imaging.


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This article is from Acta Radiologica Short Reports, volume 3.AbstractWe present a case of a 56-year-old man with a giant carcinoma in the abdominal wall. Based on positron emission tomography-computed tomography PET-CT scan there were FDG-avid lymph nodes in the ipsilateral axillary and groin, suspicious for metastases. At contrast-enhanced CT the parietal peritoneum seemed free of tumor invasion, which was essential to radical surgery planning. The tumor was completely removed with clear margins of resection and no metastasis in the resected lymph nodes. The PET-CT scan was repeated after 4 months, showing no signs of recurrence.



Author: Steffensen, Signe Muus; Thomassen, Anders; Jensen, Jesper Poul Naested; Soerensen, Jens Ahm

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