01 May 2021>: Articles
Aggressive Resection of Malignant Paraaortic and Pelvic Tumors Accompanied by Arterial Reconstruction with Synthetic Arterial Graft
Unusual setting of medical careRyotaro Tani * , Tomohide Hori ** , Hidekazu Yamamoto D , Hideki Harada D , Michihiro Yamamoto D , Masahiro Yamada D , Takefumi Yazawa D , Ben Sasaki D , Masaki Tani D , Asahi Sato D , Hikotaro Katsura D , Yasuyuki Kamada D , Ryuhei Aoyama D , Yudai Sasaki D , Masazumi Zaima A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931569
Figure 4. Graphical and surgical curability as institutional indication of aggressive resection of PPT. (A, B) Actual findings of dynamic computed tomography before aggressive resection of PPTs (yellow arrows, A) and at 10 days after surgery (B) are shown. Graphical and surgical curability was obtained (Case 4). (C, D) Actual findings of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography before aggressive resection of PPT (red arrow, C) and at 1 year after surgery (B) are shown. Graphical and surgical curability was obtained (Case 7). IVC – inferior vena cava; PPT – paraaortic and/or pelvic tumor; SAG – synthetic arterial graft.