Castleman's Disease with a Rare Paraduodenal Localization Treated by Laparoscopy: Case Report and Literature Review
Emrah Akin1, Ahmet Tarik Harmantepe2, Bilge Elcin3, Ugur Can Dülger2, Metin Senol4, Fatih Altintoprak11Department of General Surgery, Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Sakarya, Turkey 2Department of General Surgery, Sakarya University Educational and Research Hospital, Sakarya, Turkey 3Department of Pathology, Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Sakarya, Turkey 4Department of General Surgery, Istanbul Technology and Science University, Sakarya, Turkey
Castleman disease is a rare proliferation disorder of the lymphatic system. Castleman Disease occurs less frequently in the mesenteric-paraduodenal localization. Surgical complete resection is recommended for the diagnosis and treatment of symptomatic paraduodenal masses. The number of reported cases of laparoscopic resection of Castleman's Disease located in the paraduodenal region is quite low in the literature. This article aims to present a rare case with characteristic histological and radiological findings treated with a laparoscopic approach.
Emrah Akin, Ahmet Tarik Harmantepe, Bilge Elcin, Ugur Can Dülger, Metin Senol, Fatih Altintoprak. Castleman's Disease with a Rare Paraduodenal Localization Treated by Laparoscopy: Case Report and Literature Review. EJMA. 2022; 2(1): 20-22
Corresponding Author: Emrah Akin, Türkiye Manuscript Language: English