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A congenital soft tissue Ewing sarcoma in a newborn patient.

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Summary of "A congenital soft tissue Ewing sarcoma in a newborn patient."

Akçalı M, Yapıcıoğlu H, Akay E, Özlü F, Kozanoğlu B, Erdoğan K, Gönlüşen G, Satar M. A congenital soft tissue Ewing sarcoma in a newborn patient. Turk J Pediatr 2017; 59: 76-79. < p < Congenital Ewing sarcoma is extremely rare. Here we present a newborn baby born with a mass on the left shoulder. Immunohistochemical staining showed congenital Ewing sarcoma. Chemotherapy and then surgical operation were planned, however the patient died before initiation of chemotherapy on the 30th day of life.

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Name: The Turkish journal of pediatrics
ISSN: 0041-4301
Pages: 76-79

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