Pathology Research International / 2011 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Prostatic Adenocarcinoma Metastatic to Pleomorphic Liposarcoma, a “Collision Phenomenon”: Report of a Case with Review of Pelvic Collision Tumors

Table 1

List of collision tumors in the pelvis.

Case no.SourceTumor 1Tumor 2Site

(1)Juhasz and Kiss/1978 [7]LiposarcomaPr ACaRight seminal vesicle
(2)Erler/1978 [22]Pleomorphic carcinomaLeiomyomaTrue pelvis
(3)Palma et al./1983 [9]LeiomyosarcomaPr ACaProstate
(4)Oda et al./1984 [23]TCC bladderColon ACaVesicocolic fistula
(5)Paveli et al./2000 [3]Rectal leiomyosarcomaPr ACaProstate & rectum
(6)Roh et al./2006 [2]Rectal ACaGastric ACaRectum
(7)Brahmania et al./2007 [4]Colon ACaGranulosa cell tumor, ovaryPelvic mass
(8)Gheith et al./2009 [5]MyelolipomaCLL/SLLPelvic mass

PrACa: prostatic adenocarcinoma, ACa: adenocarcinoma, TCC: transitional cell carcinoma, CLL/SLL: chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma.

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