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Lipoblastoma mesentérico y diagnósticos diferenciales en la edad pediátrica. A propósito de un caso

Mirafuentes Merino, Martha Lucero; Ferman-Cano, Floribel; Siordia-Reyes, Alicia Georgina

RESUMEN

El lipoblastoma es un tumor benigno de tejido adiposo característico de la edad pediátrica. Su localización más frecuente es en extremidades, aunque se ha descrito en diferentes sitios. La presentación abdominal representa alrededor de un 7%, siendo la localización en mesenterio poco habitual. Se presenta el caso de un preescolar femenino de 2 años 3 meses de edad con diagnóstico anatomopatológico de lipoblastoma en mesenterio.

 

 

ABSTRACT

Lipoblastoma is a benign tumor of adipose tissue characteristic of pediatric age. Its most frequent location is in the extremities, although it has been described in different places. The abdominal presentation represents around 7%, being the location in the mesentery unusual. We present the case of a 2-year-3-month-old female preschool with a pathological diagnosis of lipoblastoma in the mesentery.

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