27 October 2022>: Articles
Successful Right Hepatectomy for Recurrent Liver Tumor Originating from an Inferior Vena Cava Leiomyosarcoma: A Follow-Up Case Report
Unusual or unexpected effect of treatment, Rare diseaseAtsushi Nanashima A* , Hiroki Takamori B , Naoya Imamura B , Koji Furukawa F , Masahide Hiyoshi D , Takeomi Hamada D , Koichi Yano B , Yuuki Tsuchimochi B , Toshiyuki Kamoto E
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e938009
Figure 1. (A) Macroscopic findings of the primary inferior vena cava (IVC)-leiomyosarcoma (LMS) (thick arrows) by en bloc resection of the right kidney (arrowhead), adrenal (AD) gland and surrounding retroperitoneal soft tissue at the time of initial resection 4 years earlier . The thin arrow indicates the tip of the LMS at the cut end of cranial-side IVC (dotted thin arrow). This image was not published in the previous report. (B) The transected formalin-embedded specimen. Green lines indicate the IVC wall with intraluminal filling by the LMS, which invaded the kidney and soft tissues.