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- haemophilic pseudotumour
- abdominal mass
- surgical treatment
- perioperative management
A 23-year-old man with a 21-year history of haemophilia A presented to our institution with aggravated abdominal pain. Ultrasonography demonstrated a giant retroperitoneal mass sized 30×25 cm. His medical treatment includes recombinant factor Ⅷ concentrate 800 IU almost once a week for the past 5 years and painkillers. A CT scan demonstrated the giant retroperitoneal haemophilic pseudotumour (figure 1A,B). Abdomino-pelvic imaging showed further irregularities including compression of adjacent organs and …
Contributors All the listed authors contributed significantly to the manuscript preparation. SL wrote the first draft of the manuscript and submitted the manuscript. XZ, AS and ZH were in charge of the patient and collected the data. SL and YL did the follow-up of the patient. YW and YL critically revised the manuscript. YW and YL contributed equally to this paper. All authors approved the final version.
Funding This study has been funded by Peking Union Medical College Graduate Student Innovation Fund: Project No. 2018-1002-02-08 and National Natural Science Foundation of China Project No. 81871746.
Competing interests None declared.
Patient consent for publication Obtained.
Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.
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