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A symptomatic bladder rhabdomyosarcoma managed by a partial cystectomy with bilateral ureterostomy for a 2-year-old male: A rare case report
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  • Marah Mansour,
  • Manar Ibrahim,
  • Aamer Hammod,
  • Tamim Alsuliman,
  • Mayas Yousif
Marah Mansour
Faculty of Medicine, Tartous University

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Manar Ibrahim
Faculty of Medicine, Tartous University
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Aamer Hammod
Faculty of Medicine, Tartous University
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Tamim Alsuliman
Saint-Antoine Hospital, AP-HP, Sorbonne University
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Mayas Yousif
Imam Zayn al-Abidin Hospital
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Abstract

Bladder Rhabdomyosarcoma is a rare disease. It can be diagnosed by imaging and histological examination and managed using multi-modal therapy. Herein, we report a large non-metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma mass positioned in the bladder which was successfully eradicated through open surgery.