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Managing the Unmanageable: A Two-Staged Palliative Resection to Control Life-Threatening Duodenal Bleeding Due to Recurrent Paraganglioma.

Related Articles Managing the Unmanageable: A Two-Staged Palliative Resection to Control Life-Threatening Duodenal Bleeding Due to Recurrent Paraganglioma. Am J Case Rep. 2018 Apr 02;19:386-391 Authors: Smucker LY, Hardy AN, O’Neil PJ, Schwarz RE Abstract BACKGROUND This report presents therapeutic decision-making and management of refractory, life-threatening duodenal bleeding in a young man with recurrent metastatic retroperitoneal paraganglioma. CASE REPORT The patient had been symptom free for 8 years after radioactive MIBG (metaiodobenzylguanidine) therapy. Failure of endoscopic or angiographic bleeding control led to urgent need to evaluate possible endocrine functional status, tumor curability, safety of incomplete resection, intra- and postoperative support…
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