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Gürtl-Lackner, B; Gisselsson-Nord, D; Vujanic, G.
[Solid pediatric tumors : A brief survey of the rarity cabinet].
Pathologe. 2017; 38(4):278-285 [OPEN ACCESS]
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Gürtl-Lackner Barbara

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Solid tumors in childhood are extremely rare entities, which are usually treated in specialized centers. Diagnosis and therapy are carried out according to a joint European protocol, whereby the pathological evaluation and therapy are carried out according to international guidelines. For the correct diagnosis and/or therapy of most tumors, analysis of specific genetic changes is mandatory; therefore, tumors have to be adequately sampled for parallel genetic analysis during the pathological work-up. A second opinion reference of the histopathological assessment is part of the international guidelines. Neuroblastomas, congenital mesoblastic nephromas and rhabdoid tumors are examples of solid tumors in childhood that are not restricted to one organ and occur exclusively during childhood.
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