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Sarcoma

SPREAD Written by Dr Sebastian Zeki Treatment:En bloc resection.Mesenteric lymphadenectomy-may not be needed. Most common in jejunum and ileum and in Meckel’s diver-ticulum -Usually >5cm-Grow extra-luminally-Usually leiomyosar-coma Usually dont spread via lymphatics Prognosis50% are unresectable.For low grade lesion- 80% are disease free at 8 years.For high grade lesions -mean disease free interval is 18 months. Sarcoma

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