THORACIC LIPOSARCOMA IN AN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENT

Rizwan Ishtiaq, Arslan Naeem, Iqbal Ratnani

Abstract


Liposarcoma arising in the thoracic cavity is a rare entity. It is usually found in the retroperitoneal space and the extremities. No case of thoracic liposarcoma in a patient suffering from the end-stage renal disease has been reported in the literature. We herein present the first case of thoracic liposarcoma in a patient suffering from the end-stage renal disease. Metabolic disturbances, increased use of erythropoietin and increased diagnostic workup attributes to greater risk of cancer in patients suffering from renal failure. A chemotherapeutic drug, Trabectedin has been approved for advanced liposarcoma. Prognosis of such tumours depends on the size, location, and their histological subtype.

Keyword: End-stage renal disease, Erythropoietin, Liposarcoma, Thoracic cavity, Trabectedin


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