A Case Of Pelvic Ganglio Neuroblastoma Totally Excised With Posterior-Sagittal And Abdominal Approach
Neuroblastoma usually presents as an upper abdominal mass arising from the adrenal gland. Recent experience with neuroblastoma of the spermatic cord, bladder and pelvis demonstrates the propensity of this tumour to arise in unusual areas. The total surgical excision of neuroblastoma cases are great important for prognosis. We report a case of pelvic ganglioneuroblastoma totally excised with posterior-sagittal and abdominal app¬roach.