Giant Abdominal Tumors

The International Conference Education and Creativity for a Knowledge Based Society – Medicine and Dental Medicine, 2012

Posted: 20 Mar 2013

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F. Ungureanu

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L. Ungurianu

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Pricop Mihaela

Independent

C. Moldovan

Independent

Toba Madalina

Titu Maiorescu University - School of Medicine and Pharmacy

A. Gidea

Independent

Iacoblev Denice

Independent

Gabriel Lopez-Cobena

Independent

Date Written: 2012

Abstract

The authors want to present 3 cases of patients with voluminous abdominal tumors which have polymorphic ethyology and cover part of the digestive pathology frame such as hepathic abscess, pancreatic pseudocyst and ovarian cystic tumor.

Although from histological, clinical and imagistic point of view the tumoral forms presented in this paper are benign, their presence and expansion in spaces and organs with important anatomical landmarks has major consequences on the physiology and physiopathology of the affected organs.

Suggested Citation

Ungureanu, F. and Ungurianu, L. and Mihaela, Pricop and Moldovan, C. and Madalina, Toba and Gidea, A. and Denice, Iacoblev and Lopez-Cobena, Gabriel, Giant Abdominal Tumors (2012). The International Conference Education and Creativity for a Knowledge Based Society – Medicine and Dental Medicine, 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2235230

L. Ungurianu

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Pricop Mihaela

Independent ( email )

C. Moldovan

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Toba Madalina

Titu Maiorescu University - School of Medicine and Pharmacy ( email )

22, Dâmbovnicului Street, Sector 4, 040051
Bucharest
Romania

A. Gidea

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Iacoblev Denice

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Gabriel Lopez-Cobena

Independent ( email )

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