Diagnosis, treatment, radiologic and pathologic findings of splenic angiosarcoma; A case report
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Although primary splenic angiosarcomas are the most common malignant nonhematopoietic tumors of spleen(1) ,they are extremely rare tumors with very poor prognosis(2). These tumors are highly aggressive and lethal,present with widespread metastasis or splenic rupture(1). Definitive diagnosis and treatment is surgical and survival is significantly improved when splenectomy is performed prior to rupture(5). Diagnosis, radiologic and pathologic findings and treatment of a patient with primary splenic angiosarcoma is presented.