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Children Kidney Synovial Sarcoma (KSS): A case report and literature reviewed from National Cancer institute-Brazil/RJ
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  • Ricardo Carvalho,
  • Alana Martins,
  • Fabiane Macedo,
  • Erica Antunes,
  • Licia Portela,
  • Marilia Grabois,
  • Arovel Junior,
  • Francisca Gutierrez,
  • Simone Coelho
Ricardo Carvalho
Instituto Nacional de Câncer

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Alana Martins
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Fabiane Macedo
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Erica Antunes
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Licia Portela
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Marilia Grabois
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Arovel Junior
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Francisca Gutierrez
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Simone Coelho
Instituto Nacional de Câncer
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Abstract

We report an uncommon presentation of kidney synovial sarcoma (KSS) in childhood, discovered by abdominal pain and gross hematuria, associated to radiological and pathological challenges to the diagnosis. After necessary biopsy, adequate chemotherapy, following European Pediatric Soft Tissue Sarcoma Study Group Non-Rhabdomyosarcoma NRSTS 2005 Protocol, completely resection was possible. There are just few cases at global literature review of SSR in child, a good response to treatment is performed a completely resection (R0), besides a close follow-up (strongly recommended). The risk of metastasis is strongly correlated that is why diagnosis represent a big deal.