A MALIGNANT TRITON TUMOR ASSOCIATED WITH A DISEASE CAUSED BY THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS
Authors: D.P. Kovtun, O.G. Polushin, E.V. Ponomaryeva, T.A. Mironov, D.V. Drobyshevsky, S.V. Kolomoytsev, D.A. Alekseev, K.V. Yurina
A description of the rare clinical observation of a malignant triton tumor in a 63-year-old male, aged 8 years with HIV infection and previously operated for testicular angiomyolipoma. The neoplasm up to 14,5 cm was located in retroperitoneum, pushing the cecum forehead, and was radically removed surgically. Because of the multicomponent composition and zonal structure of the tumor, the final diagnosis was possible only on the operating material.