Hamartoma cístico retrorretal
Medeiros, Cleverson Winston de Liz, Kondo, William, Hakim Neto, Calixto Antonio
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgiões
DATA DE PUBLICAÇÃO
A 32-year-old woman was referred to our institution for a pelvic mass. She was asymptomatic and was found to have a mass on rectal examination. Magnetic resonance showed a large solid-cystic mass and the patient underwent complete surgical excision with pathologic findings suggesting retrorectal cyst-hamartoma. Tailgut cysts (or retrorectal cystic hamartomas) are rare congenital lesions settled in the retrorectal (presacral) space. They are made up of cysts lined by multiple types of epithelium, often predominantly mucin-secreting. The lesion requires complete surgical excision to prevent complications of recurrence, infection or carcinomatous degeneration.
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