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Tumor Glômico: Relato de caso e revisão da literatura

Glomus tumor: Case report and review of the literature

Penido BB, Sette CV, Palma DP, Armani JH, Nicolau G, Rizzetto EA, dos Santos PE, Alves GG, Manna EF, Palma CG

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Resumo

Os tumores glômicos são um tipo raro de tumor mesenquimal subeptelial reconhecidos clinicamente como benignos, mas alguns mostram um comportamento biológico semelhante àqueles de origem maligna. Relatamos aqui o caso de uma paciente feminina admitida em nosso serviço com quadro de dor abdominal e diarreia, submetida à ressecção cirúrgica sem intercorrências. São poucos os casos reportados de tumor glômico gástrico e os sintomas podem ser variados. O tratamento de escolha é a ressecção em cunha com margens negativas. O principal diagnóstico diferencial se faz com os GISTs e, por não poder excluir o seu potencial maligno, um seguimento adequado destes pacientes se faz necessário.

Palavras-chave

Glomus Tumor, Stomach Neoplasms, Gastric Antrum, Rare Diseases, Case Reports

Abstract

Glomus tumors are a rare type of subeptelial mesenchymal tumor recognized clinically as benign, but some show a similar biological behavior to those of malignant origin. We reported the case of a female patient admitted in our hospital with abdominal pain and diarrhea who underwent surgical resection without complications. There are few reported cases of gastric glomus tumor and the symptoms can be varied. The treatment of choice is the wedge resection with negative margins. The main differential diagnosis is with GISTs, and it can not be exclude its malignant potential so an appropriate surveillance of these patients is necessary.

Keywords

Tumor Glômico, Neoplasias Gástricas, Antro Gástrico, Doenças Raras, Relatos de Casos

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