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Recurrent retroperitoneal tumor

Retroperitoneal tumors are difficult to diagnose in the early stage because of their concealed location. Most of them are in the middle and late stage. One third of the cases are misdiagnosed and receive incorrect treatment. Therefore, whether malignant or benign tumors are very easy to relapse after surgical resection. Timely detection of recurrent small lesions can win time and initiative for reoperation. Clinical practice has proved that the volume of recurrent tumor is small, and the chance of complete resection is significantly increased.

Symptoms

Retroperitoneal Extravasation of Fluids

Recurrent ulcer

Ascites

Retroperitoneal hernia

Vibrio parahaemolyticus food poisoning

Necrotizing fasciitis of abdominal wall

Retroperitoneal lipoma

Abdominal Apoplexy Syndrome

Abdominal epilepsy syndrome

Abdominal distention

Abdominal aortic thrombosis syndrome

Abdominal stroke syndrome

Fabry's disease

Fanconi syndrome

Radiation nephritis

Non IgA mesangial proliferative nephritis

Nonspecific urethritis

Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug induced nephropathy

Seizures and epilepsy syndrome

Pneumococcal meningitis

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