Angiosarcoma do membro inferior simulando tromboflebite profunda – uma revisão

Autores

  • António Murinello Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Cândida Fernandes Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Jorge Neta Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Jesus Árias Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Ana Afonso Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Vitória Cabral Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Nuno Germano Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Paula Mendonça Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Analisa Ribeiro Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • António Lázaro Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal
  • Sílvia P. Pereira Hospital Curry Cabral. Lisbon. Portugal

Palavras-chave:

Angiossarcoma do membro inferior, Linfedema, tromboflebite profunda

Resumo

Os angiossarcomas são sarcomas com diferenciação vascular,
muito raros, de elevado grau de malignidade. Metastizam precocemente e têm, geralmente, mau prognóstico. O diagnóstico
precoce é importante, de forma a proporcionar cirurgia ablativa
radical, a qual poderá, eventualmente, melhorar o prognóstico.
Os autores apresentam um caso de angiossarcoma da perna
de comportamento muito agressivo, inicialmente diagnosticado
como tromboflebite profunda. A doente foi admitida em fase
avançada de doença, com múltiplas metástases, tendo “exitus”
rápido durante a fase de estudo da situação. Os autores fazem
uma revisão dos angiossarcomas superficiais, incluindo a sua
classificação histopatológica, o seu aspecto multifocal, a precocidade de aparecimento de metástases em vários locais, estudos
diagnósticos necessários para a caracterização de tumores vasculares, recorrências precoces após aparente cirurgia ablativa radical, e opções terapêuticas existentes.

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31-12-2007

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Murinello A, Fernandes C, Neta J, Árias J, Afonso A, Cabral V, Germano N, Mendonça P, Ribeiro A, Lázaro A, P. Pereira S. Angiosarcoma do membro inferior simulando tromboflebite profunda – uma revisão. RPMI [Internet]. 31 de Dezembro de 2007 [citado 14 de Julho de 2024];14(4):236-41. Disponível em: https://revista.spmi.pt/index.php/rpmi/article/view/1577

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