Mamadou Madiou Barry

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar, Matam, Senegal, West Africa


  • Case Report   
    Sacrococcygeal teratoma seen and treated late: About a case and review of literature
    Author(s): Mamadou Madiou Barry*, Ndoye O, Mebouinz FN, Keita B, Toure MA, Fall M, Barry TS, Ndour O and Ngom G

    Objective: The sacrococcygian teratoma is a germ tumor containing tissues from rare embryonic leaflets, observed most often in neonatal period and rarely in children. We report a case seen and treated late. Case: We report an observation of an 8-year-old girl, with no pathological history, received in an acute urine retention table pelvic pain, a voluminous sacred swelling of progressive installation without neurological deficit. The CT scan showed a large pelvic projection sacral mass in favour of a TSC. The serum AFP assay was normal. A monobloc exeresis of the tumor, the intraoperative aspect was that of a mixed tumor with fluid component with viscous content. The histological study showed that it was a teratoma. Conclusion: If the tumor is purely liquidian or predominantly liquidian poses few problems of manage men.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.14534/j-pucr.2022.284

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