13 October 2022>: Articles
Successful Surgical Treatment of a Recurrent Pelvic Solitary Fibrous Tumor of Uterine Origin Accompanied by Doege-Potter Syndrome: A Case Report
Mistake in diagnosis, Rare diseaseYasunori Deguchi A* , Wataru Komuta B , Tomokazu Watanabe B , Kazuho Saiga B , Koki Kurahashi B , Kazuo Otsuka B , Koji Hirata B , Masaki Mizumoto B , Akihiro Kitaoka B , Masazumi Zaima A
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e936806
Figure 5. Immunoblotting of IGF-II for perioperative serum and resected specimen. The dense band at around 15 kDa (high-molecular-weight IGFII) in the patient’s preoperative serum (lane 1) disappeared in the patient’s postoperative serum (lane 2). The homogenized tumor tissue also had an IGF-II band (lane 3). NC – negative control; PC – positive control; ST – standard of this IGF-II antibody (7 kDa).