Tumor mezodermal mixt, malign a uterului
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PETROVICI, Virgil; NEDBAILO, Ecaterina; MIŞINA, Ana; TCACENCO, Olga; SAMOHVALOVA, Tatiana. Tumor mezodermal mixt, malign a uterului. In: Buletin de Perinatologie. 2010, nr. 4(48), pp. 41-44. ISSN 1810-5289.
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Buletin de Perinatologie
Numărul 4(48) / 2010 / ISSN 1810-5289

Tumor mezodermal mixt, malign a uterului

Pag. 41-44

Petrovici Virgil1, Nedbailo Ecaterina2, Mişina Ana2, Tcacenco Olga2, Samohvalova Tatiana
 
1 Universitatea de Stat de Medicină şi Farmacie „Nicolae Testemiţanu“,
2 IMSP Institutul Mamei şi Copiluluii
 
Disponibil în IBN: 16 decembrie 2013


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Materials and methods: As a fundament were utilized medical documents, diagnostic abrasion of uterine cavity, laboratory results, imagistic results and histopathological examination with utilization of routine methodology and light microscopy. Results: The results of effectuated studies in this case revealed the coexistence in the same time of malignant mixed mezodermal tumor with some congenital malformations of the system, which characterize his congenital provenience and initial evolution as asymptomatic benign tumor with a long period of 57 years and no special imagistic features. Evaluation of clinico-morphological changes revealed the possibility of the evolution of malignant mixed mesodermal tumor as a result of malignant changes of heterogeneous structural components, becoming an aggressive tumor with both histopathological characteristics: with carcinomatous and sarcomatous elements, the carcinomatous one being more dominant. At analysis of this case some literature data are given which reflect the particularities of diagnosis and treatment management in case of malignant mixed mesodermal tumor. Conclusion: A revision of specialty literature, including Medline, have not revealed other cases of malignant mixed mesodermal tumor diagnosed primarily on occasion by abrasion of uterine cavity, which denotes importance of this method in this case. Mixed mesodermal tumors of uterus are malignant tumors or progress to malignant and are characterized by latent evolution, becoming aggressive tumors with both histopathological features: carcinomatous and sarcomatous. Surgical treatment is mandatory in case of diagnosis of mixed mesodermal tumors.

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@article{ibn_35092,
author = {Crasnojon, A.V.},
title = {О находке некогда утерянных строительных плит XV в. из крепости Белгорода},
journal = {Tyragetia. Serie nouă},
year = {2013},
volume = {22 (2)},
pages = {81-88},
month = {Dec},
abstract = {(RO) Pe parcursul mai multor decenii, cele patru lespezi de piatră cu inscripţii din secolul al XV-lea de pe pereţii Cetăţii Albe, au fost considerate pierdute. Materialele referitoare la aceste renumite monumente epigrafice, publicate în anii 1848, 1889 şi 1901, au servit drept sursă de documentare privind periodizarea fortificaţiei mai multor generaţii de cercetători ai Cetăţii Albe. În lipsa originalelor, cercetătorii au preluat datele oferite de primii editori ai lespezilor, utilizând traducerile inscripţiilor, desenele şi pozele acestora, care însă n-au fost de cea mai bună calitate. La
începutul anului 2013, lespezile menţionate au fost depistate în patrimoniul Muzeului de studiere a ţinutului din oraşul Herson, Ucraina. Cercetările preliminare au permis evidenţierea stemei de familie a domnului Moldovei Alexandru al II-lea, precum şi neapartenenţa unei lespezi perioadei de construire a cetăţii, contrar părerilor anterioare, fapt care presupune o nouă cronologie a monumentului.},
abstract = {(EN) For many years four Moldavian plates of the 15th century from the walls of the fortress of Belgorod were considered lost. The earliest publications of these most important epigraphic monuments (in 1848, 1889, and 1901) have long been a source for periodization of the defense complex of medieval Belgorod for several generations of its researchers. Without access to the originals, researchers had to trust to published translations, drawings, and photographs
(not the best quality). In the beginning of 2013 these plates have been found in the collections of the Kherson Regional Museum. Even the preliminary work with them already revealed a family coat of arms of Moldavian Ruler Alexander II, as well as the fact that one of the plates, contrary to popular opinion in historiography, is not related to the construction of the fortress, which violates the generally accepted ideas about the chronology of the monument.},
url = {https://ibn.idsi.md/vizualizare_articol/35092},
}