|ECR 2013 / C-2528|
|CT findings, clinicopathologic features and treatment modalities of anorectal melanoma: analysis of 10 cases|
On CT scans, anorectal melanoma appeared as intraluminal fungating masses, expanding the lumen without causing obstruction, with perirectal infiltration and lymphadenopathy.
The preoperative staging has an important role in influencing treatment decisions and abdominoperineal resection may be considered as the first choice for the anorectal melanoma patients without distant metastasis.
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